Moms Share Their Super Powers

You’re a mom which means you’ve got some crazy cool super powers.

The minute your baby was born you morphed into some kind of ridiculously awesome force of nature, genetically designed to protect and care of this sweet bundle of perfection.

And boy did you ever.

Mama, you rule by virtue of the Super Woman parenting has allowed you to become.

My super power is bionic hearing. After being nearly deaf in one ear my entire life, I somehow managed to develop this super keen sense of hearing once my eldest was born. Sadly, I haven’t been able to get a good night’s sleep ever since. On the plus side, I can even hear my children thinking evil thoughts!

I asked moms for their super powers and they were happy to share their superhuman talents.

  • Going and going and going… 1 of 15
    Going and going and going...
    "My fav quote for my busy life is 'never confuse motion with action' - I'm always running around but the job list is endless! So I guess my super power is achieving more than should be possible in the time but my ideal would be to do it with less energy."
    @medicalmarbles via Twitter Medical Marbles

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  • The knowing 2 of 15
    The knowing
    "Trusting my mommy instincts. They never fail me!"
    @TheMommaDiaries via Twitter The Mommy Diaries

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  • Laughter through the chaos 3 of 15
    Laughter through the chaos
    "My mommy super power is to force myself to laugh at my Mommy mishaps when all I really want to do is cry."
    @choupomme via Twitter Where's the f#*king mommy manual?

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  • Aerodynamics 4 of 15
    "Can change baby while holding her in mid air..."
    @choupomme via Twitter Chou Pomme

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  • Complete devotion 5 of 15
    Complete devotion
    "The huge love I have for my kids. Altruistic True love like that is the best super power-means I'll do anything for them."
    @linaloves2012 via Twitter Lina Loves

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  • Shoe Sherlock 6 of 15
    Shoe Sherlock
    "Knowing where both shoes are at all times for any kid in my house."
    @placeinthecloud via Twitter A Place in the Cloud

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  • Mobile multitasker 7 of 15
    Mobile multitasker
    "Can unwrap fruit snacks and hand them to 4yo without taking my eyes off the road!"
    @adriennemay via Twitter Military Spouse Central

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  • Enjoying the ride 8 of 15
    Enjoying the ride
    "My super power will be to decide to be happy each moment. It´s not easy, but attitude is all."
    @backngroovemom via Twitter Desmadreando

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  • Built for speed 9 of 15
    Built for speed
    "My super power is tenacity and being able to shower and get dressed in 10 min flat, shower to finish."
    @backngroovemom via Twitter Back 'n Groove Mom

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  • Supersonic hearing 10 of 15
    Supersonic hearing
    "I have super-sonic hearing—I hear my kids call me over the noise of the TV, even when I don't want to hear them!"
    @Book4MyDaughter via Twitter A Book for My Daughter

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  • Chief Executive Mom (CEM) 11 of 15
    Chief Executive Mom (CEM)
    "Super organizer. With 4 kids all participating in sports and school stuff, I'm the coordinator of making it all run smoothly."
    @elfhousedelight via Twitter Elf House Chronicles

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  • The nose knows 12 of 15
    The nose knows
    "My mom super power is knowing the difference between a fart and a poop EVERY time!"
    @mabestweets via Twitter Constant Chatter

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  • Getting out 13 of 15
    Getting out
    "Getting both kids up, dressed and out the door - and not looking like a train wreck!!"
    @Ladera_Mom via Twitter Ladera Mom

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  • Trusting myself 14 of 15
    Trusting myself
    "My super power is ignoring scare tactics and trusting my judgement..."
    @MOMSforOPIE via Twitter

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  • The selective tune-out 15 of 15
    The selective tune-out
    "My superpower is to selectively tune out my kids when I need to concentrate on something for 2 minutes."
    @Craftwhack via Twitter Craftwhack

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What’s your super power?

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