What's the hardest thing about being a mum?

  • Shona says:
    Not having time to do stupid things, like having a bath or doing the washing up

  • Anonymous says:
    saying no and having to be the meanie!!! and seeing your child hurt!

  • midc1chp says:
    the hardest thing i've dealt with is when she first came home....getting up in the middle of the night

  • Ashley says:
    not knowing if your doing a good job

  • Cheryl says:
    Never getting chance to just relax in a nice hot bath!

  • Kelsey says:

  • Nicola says:
    lack of adult conversation and company throughout the day

  • Charlotte says:
    sleepless nights and no rest but its all worth it

  • Emma says:
    Just knowing whats right. Alot comes naturally, but everyday you learn something new. Sometimes you dont know if you're doing the right or wrong thing...they dont come with instructions!

  • Jennifer says:
    nothing comes to mind

  • Becky says:
    not being able to sleep all the time

  • Nicole says:
    when yr sooo tired and they just want to challenge u as far as they can

  • Sam says:
    seeing your baby upset or hurt

  • Sherry says:
    Not just doing what u want when u want as u have a little 1 2 think about

  • Mich says:
    when your child is sick or hurt and theres nothing you can do about it it breaks my heart

  • Kirsty says:
    lack of sleep at the moment, as he is soo young i havent really experienced anything overly hard yet

  • Sharee says:
    when your child is sick and you have to take off work.

  • Caroline says:
    not getting enough rest

  • Liz says:
    Letting go of being overprotective and controlling

  • Kaitlyn says:
    The hardest thing about being a mom is all the stress that falls with the title. You never go to bed not worrying about whats going to happen while your sleeping or for the next day.

  • Melissa says:
    Knowing that I'll never stop worrying!!!

  • Jennyfer says:
    having to watch Lily in the NICU and then PEDS, other than that it's terrific

  • Jaylee says:
    The lack of sleep.

  • Jasmine says:
    starting work again and not being with him all the time

  • Stacey says:
    lack of sleep

  • Boe says:
    i enjoy everything about it... your whole world does change tho. probably the early mornings lol

  • Tiffany says:
    2 things. 1) dealing with other people's pushiness when you are just not ready to do something with the baby. 2) not being able to do what you need to do (ie sleep longer)

  • Anna says:
    worrying about them and trying so hard to be a great mum and hoping your getting it right

  • Denise says:
    Trying to spend equal quality time with both of them....Siena would take all my time up if she could!!

  • Fiona says:
    trying to do my very best for them all the time

  • Angela says:
    The begining when you no clue what to expect and no m,atter what people had told you in the past you still have no clue...also the good old 2 and 5am feedinds

  • ashlee says:
    nothing really

  • karissa says:
    nothin really

  • Nicole says:
    worrying constantley!!

  • Sarah says:
    tearing myself away from Libby to get on with things

  • Mandy says:
    trying to do 2 things at once lol

  • Annwen says:
    For me its breastfeedind and worrying about doing it right

  • Rachael says:
    I always worry about her welfare and safety. I want to be the best mum i can be and raise her right.

  • Lauren says:
    doing most of it on my own

  • Lisa says:
    Post partum depression, and colic... now that that's over though, it's not so bad. It's a struggle getting Davey to take his bottles now though, that's probably the hardest thing at the moment.

  • Robyn says:
    when their both screaming and not well at the same time

  • Kayla says:
    Juggling everything splitting time between the kids partner and still try to run the house.

  • Andraya says:
    juggling time so everyone gets time including you and still getting the housework done.

  • Kyshanna says:
    Trying to maintain a job to support my baby

  • Danielle says:
    feeling helpless when they are in pain and there's nothing you can do and trying to soften the truth when your son asks to go stay with his daddy when he can't..

  • Zoe says:
    when he cries figuring out what he actualy needs other than tired hurt hungry and nappy changing!

  • Yati says:
    hmmmmm.... when my child fall sick :-(

  • est-73-rut says:

  • anne says:
    learning to trust that your doing the right thing

  • Victoria says:
    trying to the right thing, at the moment it discipline trying to get dylan to understand when he is doing wrong without screaming and shouting

  • Hayley says:
    knowing wheather im doing the corret thing.

  • leanne says:
    thats a tough one. i think being a mum is just hard yet so rewarding you forget all the hardest parts

  • Anonymous says:
    Lack of sleep!

  • Carla says:
    wen der unhppy

  • Sherine says:
    When he's sick i feel always guilty, and also when he refuses to go to sleep at night

  • Rachael says:
    when he's fussy for no reason, i wish he could tell me what he needs

  • Keleigh says:
    Nothing really just doing everything and doing the same thing day in and day out but i guess thats what comes with the mother "job"...

  • Anonymous says:
    Seeing my baby girl hurting or upset. I hate it. ometimes you just feel so helpess and useless!!

  • Anonymous says:
    Knowing what the right thing to do

  • Kelly says:
    getting it right

  • Gemma says:
    Trying to teeth them right from wrong making them understand when they are doing something wrong.

  • Anonymous says:
    early mornings!! lol and i constantly worry which is turning me grey! lol

  • Siti Aisyah says:
    the hardest thing being a mum when my lil gal fall sick....

  • Jade says:
    When Aiden Cries, X

  • Billie-Jay says:
    adjusting to the fact a simple task can now take hours!

  • Jade says:
    having no energy coz they ware me out and getting up at the crack of dawn everyday!

  • Angela says:
    always being hecticly busy

  • Laura says:
    the only thing i find hard about being a mum is when i am trying to do the cleaning and i have to keep stopping then starting coz i have to sort my babies out and it takes me forever to finish anything.

  • Kerissa says:
    it never ends,a round the clock job

  • tracy says:

  • Melissa says:
    The thought of having to return to work and leave my baby.

  • Jenny says:
    nothings easy but you just take it in your stride and go woth it and try to enjoy it.

  • Natalie says:
    ahving to have eyes in the back of your head, it was so easy when he couldnt crawl!!

  • Samantha says:
    Errmm .. Not Really Sure .. Lol

  • Leah says:
    having to always be on your toes lol

  • Alisha says:
    Being able to provide for them and keeping them out of harms way.

  • emma says:
    early mornings :D

  • Sammie says:
    urmm.... probably that ive had to stop being so mental and irresponsible!

  • Kelsey says:
    Leaving them

  • Kerrie says:
    tiring and tryin to be strict

  • Gillian says:
    No sleep!!!

  • Maria says:
    Sleepless nights and then having to carry on through the day with the older kids.

  • Karen says:
    The lack of sleep

  • Rebekah says:
    Lack of Sleep!

  • Noelle says:
    Um, the fact that my baby does not, WILL not go to bed until I do and my house is a mess because I never have a moment to clean. And I don't like it that she scratches me with those sharp little nails that need to be cut twice a week! And when she screams, oh, that hurts! She pulls hair hard as well, thus I always pig-tail it!

  • Jacqui Marie says:
    learning to have plenty of pataince

  • Alison says:
    the hardest thing about being a mum, is being a mum and having to be soooo organised, especially when working the next day!

  • Heather says:
    knowing if you are doing the right thing

  • Jen says:
    This time around.....NOT SLEEPING.

  • Anonymous says:
    Not having enough time/money for all the things I would love to do with them.

  • Ebony says:
    trying to care for a baby + partner and run the house as well.lol.

  • Norazura says:

  • sara says:
    sleepless nites

  • Ashley says:
    All of the new responsibilities. When he's crying and there's nothing I can do to soothe him.

  • Maricela says:
    I'm not sure

  • Kristen says:
    Wanting to do everything right

  • Wendy says:
    Peter working away and doing it on my own. being a terrible two is challenging.

  • Samantha says:
    walking the line between letting her be her and helping her behave "appropriatly"

  • Diane says:
    Trying not to interfere

  • Sophie says:
    Trying to take my childrens best interests into account while working around difficult people and trying to find a line between whats unacceptable and what's just kinda funny and cute.

  • Kelly says:
    I think when she was a newborn, it's harder to constantly get up during the night for feedings. Especially because my husband was working overnights at the time, so I was home alone. I was afraid to sleep so I was always awake!

  • Christina says:
    Consistently disciplining right now, before it was lack of sleep.

  • Jessi says:
    I don't get to spend enough time with him and its torture!!!

  • samii says:
    umm i would say doing it alone but that hasnt really been too hard

  • Justine says:
    Lack of sleep and crying and not knowing whats wrong.

  • vicky says:
    Knowing whats wrong when she can only cry

  • jen says:
    No more time for myself

  • Anonymous says:

  • Stazi says:
    The rejection. He will only eat solids when daddy is home..

  • Natasha says:
    Not being able to do everything u want to for them...Like buying them those super cool toys...and other stuff

  • Lou says:
    worrying about them when they're not with you

  • Cassie says:
    Balancing everything out

  • Rosa says:
    Everything...... mostly leaving my child with his carer while I go to work from Monday-Friday, now that is hard :(

  • Denise says:
    not knowing if your making the right decisions

  • Ninitshetau says:
    Hrmm nothing i can think off, i pretty much enjoy every moment of being a mom :D

  • Cassie says:
    knowing what your doing is right

  • Ciara says:
    Making sure that I get everything right. I want him to succeed in life. so I have to be the one to push him towards the right path. I know im going to try my best to make sure he do his best.

  • Ayu says:
    Being there as and when he needs me.

  • Lisa says:
    the lack of sleep and time to yourself, every second of everyday revolves aroung the baby even if your not with them. I would change it for the world though

  • Kandace says:
    So far No sleep

  • Anonymous says:
    no matter how tired you are, you are still at work

  • Emily says:
    no sleep

  • Amber says:
    not knowing what to expect

  • Julia says:
    Leaving him

  • Neta says:
    When she's hurt and crying, when the nurses and doctors give her, her immunisations and she's screaming. trying to find tiime for myself

  • Anonymous says:
    Doubting your skills as a mother - When you dont know why baby is crying or whether your implimenting the right routine, solids, teething etc.. its hard work - but worth it when I see how freeking cool J is.

  • Laura says:
    going out - taking tom related parifinalia everywhere to cover all situations - I end up with the biggest bag ever

  • Sabrina says:
    no time for yourself anymore... and it really doesn't get any better when they become teenagers

  • Becki says:
    Always worrying if you are doing the right thing.

  • Sandi says:
    not being able to go to the bathroom or read a passage from a book without someone there or calling me name! LOL

  • Jacqueline says:
    Trying to get him back into his routine after it has been disturbed!

  • Laura says:
    Being the bad guy.

  • Sarah says:
    when they cry for ages and you dont know whats wrong

  • Cortney says:
    Not being able to take away her pain when she is sick or hurting

  • Deanne says:
    when there sick and are up all night and not being able to make it better

  • Jade says:
    trying to be superwoman - being mum to the kids and their father and now the puppy too!

  • sharon says:
    when the baby cries not knowing whats eating him,not sleeping at night

  • belinda says:
    Watch them sick or hurt

  • Kathrine says:
    The hardest thing is changing poopy dipers

  • Anonymous says:
    Making sure you are doing whats good and right

  • Angel says:
    I would have to say being back at work and missing those precious moments with him.

  • Anonymous says:

  • Mummy- says:
    loving them so much that its sad when you cant help them or undersatand what they are feeling or being taiy makes me cry everyday i love her sooo much it sux that i cant make her normal

  • Laura says:
    everyday u have a new challenge so it goes by the day lol

  • Kristan says:
    The hardest thing about being a mom, is leaving Camden.

  • Vanessa says:
    when Noah is having a meltdown and chucking everything around.

  • Deanne says:
    Missing out on a lot of her 1st things as both partner and I work full time.

  • Pheona says:
    um being a mum is trying to spend time with all three of them and not having much money

  • Alexis says:
    mmm.... not sure

  • Toni says:
    nothing so far.

  • Shawnee says:
    waking up for those night time feedings.

  • Abbey says:
    hmm... seeing them grow up too fast

  • Emma says:
    teaching them right from wrong with out being branded a bad mum and getting bad looks

  • Lana says:
    seeing them hurt n u cant do anything

  • Cathy says:
    Sleep deprivation!

  • Caroline says:
    Motherhood is fantastic I don't have a problem there, however I hate being down to one wage and not having my own money and having to rely on Aaron - I'm Mrs Independent.

  • Denita says:
    Lack of sleep!!!

  • Elizabeth says:
    not wanting to miss a moment

  • Cathon says:
    seeing my heart walk around outside of my body - anticipating all of the many hurts she will have in her life, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

  • Karen says:
    not sure...its a very tough job, but the BEST & most rewarding job!!

  • LaTanya says:
    so far the hardest thing is knowing when she's lying and not being to make her tell the truth

  • Ashlea says:
    just havin to know everything wen u don't and tryin to maintain a routine..... hard question cos everyday is different!!

  • Cyndy says:
    leaving her to go to work

  • Susan says:
    Not getting upset (or overly upset) when they do something they shouldn't. With 3 kids and 2 of them being very active boys.....it is hard to have the energy level that is needed to keep up with them.

  • Summer says:
    Wondering if what you are doing is the best thing...how it will affect her

  • Shanda says:
    Juggling all the activities

  • Heather says:
    being busy ALLLL the time. Any moment they're actually both sleeping I need to shower, eat, clean, get work done, return phone calls, etc etc etc. No downtime.

  • Anonymous says:
    wanting everything to be okay with them at all times

  • Jennifer says:
    trying to raise them the right way

  • Anonymous says:
    being a single mum means u have no time out and do everything including all night get ups and u are both mother and father role as well as do all home duties and bring in the money as well

  • Pamela says:
    Kids Teething

  • Emmalee says:
    not enough time in the day!!

  • Jordan says:
    for me ... not getting enough sleep

  • Patti says:
    When you feel like your best just isn't good enough...and when you feel like they hate you.

  • Jessica says:
    Trying to keep up with my little one's energy

  • Peggy says:
    finding time!

  • Pam says:
    All the hard work that doesn't seem to be appreciated right now. Hopefully it will be appreciated and acknowledged in the future!

  • Rachel says:
    Balancing it all..making sure they all get their own time.

  • Suzan says:
    Shopping! I try to go without the kids as much as possible - even when they're behaved it's still a nightmare! Constant "can we have's" and keeping a constant eye out as to where they are and trying not to run them over with the basket as they continuously cut you off is exhausting!

  • Erika says:

  • Anonymous says:
    Working during the day and being away from her. Nothing about parenting her is hard at this point, she's absolutely wonderful.

  • Meghan says:
    being strict and learning with them

  • Desiree says:
    Dont find it hard at all

  • Peniey says:
    The fights. Being so close together they don't always understand that they are different. And the fighting with me.

  • Anonymous says:
    not having my mum down to help when i need a break

  • Rachael says:
    watching my boy cry.....im a sucker!

  • elizabeth says:
    definetly being strict

  • Jennifer says:
    Keeping up with everything and everybody

  • Sandra says:
    multi tasking (never been good at that)

  • Rebekah says:
    Feeling like you're not giving your all. And worrying about your child.

  • Kristy says:
    At the moment.... The Kids just refuse to listen to me

  • Nicole says:
    Knowing when to discipline.

  • Sara says:
    Consistancy in disciplining...

  • Anonymous says:
    Potty training or drivers training. They rank right up there. I'm done with both!!!

  • Jasmine says:
    Nothing its easy =]

  • Aly says:
    sleepless nights n teething and seeing ur baby in pain

  • Heather says:
    Saying no and watching her cry

  • Crystal says:
    leaving him at daycare... or being separated at all from him :'(

  • Marlean says:
    worry. constant supervising. daily stuff that has to be done.

  • Allison says:
    Trying to get organised to get out of the house before 3pm!!

  • Gizelle says:
    The hardest thing is finding patience when you child is being difficult and you are not feeling well or you are tired. Up until now thats the hardest Ive experienced ;o)

  • louise says:
    trying to get me time.

  • Karisa says:
    Watching my kids suffer especially when they're sick. I would do anything to take it away.

  • Louise says:
    when my boys r feelin sad

  • Erin says:
    I would have to say telling them no, the sticking to it...

  • Leah says:
    having to let my children learn from their own mistakes, when they havnt listenend to my advice

  • Amy says:
    when my kids r ill and u cant do anything 4 them

  • Anonymous says:
    haardest thing for me isnt really being a mum its more being so far away from my mum.... and not being able to spend and share the precious moment with her.

  • Celine says:
    Everything is hard.. First time ma..

  • Katie says:
    Finding time to get anything done!

  • Jennifer says:
    finding time.

  • Tammy says:
    the heartbreak of seeing the babies sick

  • Kim says:
    Knowing I have to back to work in a month :-(

  • Anonymous says:
    it would be that all you can do is give them the space to make mistakes cause without them they wont learn to be strong independent adults.

  • Angela says:
    Seeing my son when he is sick and unwell, its heart braking not being able to do anything apart from comforting him

  • Anonymous says:
    No sleep

  • Jennifer says:
    Worrying if you are doing things right

  • Anonymous says:
    All The Change...

  • Sara says:
    Trying to work full time and give my girls the attention that they both need separately

  • Carla says:
    Just about everything lol. Lack of sleep, time is not your own anymore. But while being a parent is hard work, it's the best work you'll ever do.

  • Nada says:
    Feeling guilty about not doing enough. Sleepless nights, forgetting about yourself and not having time for yourself.

  • Adina says:
    Currently, having a little newborn while eveyone is home on summer vacation.

  • Christine says:
    Not having enough time, not having enough money. And constantly worrying if you are doing the right thing.

  • wendi says:
    Remembering that there are little eyes watching you ALL the time and giving VALUE to the choices YOU make.

  • Samantha says:
    Just trying to do a good job at it. Making sure everythigns great for him at all times

  • Ashlee says:
    Never knowing if your doing the right thing for your child or how it will affect how they grow to see the world.

  • Ashleigh says:

  • Anonymous says:
    akways wondering if im making the right choices when it comes 2 cody!!!!

  • Anonymous says:
    Worrying about everything

  • Hannah Louise says:
    Having my children disobey & not having help or relief when we need it!

  • Amy says:
    When hes sick and you cant do anything to make him feel better :(

  • Nikki says:
    The sleepless nights.

  • Maria says:
    nothing really

  • Jean says:
    Always putting someone else's needs before your own.

  • Jennifer says:
    Being consistent in discipline and getting house work done!

  • Rose says:
    when your child is sick and in pain there's nothing more you can do for them its very heart breaking

  • Janell says:
    lots of things but right now disipline with Kaden and sharing my time as equal as possible with both kids

  • Karmen says:

  • Alix says:
    Waking Up At All Hours Ov The Morning LOL

  • Josie says:
    Having a child who doesnt listen to anything you say.

  • Gina says:
    Not getting a lot of sleep. Needing some "me" time.

  • Alicia says:
    having patience

  • Sarah says:
    Keeping up! I never knew how fast a baby could get into things. It's exhausting.

  • kathy says:
    I wouldnt say it the hardest but the most challenging is the sleepless nights when he was newborn and eating every two hours and the trying to breast feed was challenging for me.

  • Rachel says:
    I think its when you feel really rough yourself, like having a migrain, but then you still have another person to look after.

  • Isa says:
    The fact that you are not on your own schedule. You have to be ready for anything, and when things don't go to plan, you have to be willing to roll with it.

  • Katrina says:
    Having time for yourself

  • Katy says:
    Dealing with the tantrums especially as I am a single mum and there isn't someone there to help back me up although my family are a brilliant support.

  • Em says:
    lack of sleep

  • Anonymous says:
    The fact that doing the simplest of things takes 10 times longer than it did before

  • Amanda says:
    Having to make sure they are safe at all times, you need eyes in the back of your head

  • Jennifer says:
    Never having a moment of peace

  • Randi says:
    Having the energy to keep up with all of them. I know it'll get better once I get back into fighting shape again!

  • Allison says:
    Its constant

  • Niki says:
    not knowing what is upsetting them when they won't stop crying and you have tried everything!

  • Amanda says:
    not knowing what I am doing and having to figure out how to correct him

  • Sara says:

  • Dimity says:
    shopping just isnt as easy any more

  • Barbara says:
    controlling your emotions! lol i get choked up just looking at baby pics!

  • Bernie says:
    the crying

  • frances says:
    money situation

  • Michelle says:
    getting up in the middle of the nite lol

  • Kiri says:
    Knowing that I won't be able to protect my little boy from all the horrible things, events and people out there forever. (but I will certainly try for as long as I can :) )

  • laura says:
    juggling newborn and toddler

  • Jenna says:
    Making sure that your baby will have the best life you can give him because it's like everything tries to get in your way.

  • Taylor says:
    Worrying all the time!

  • Nur says:
    losing the pregnancy weight...hahaha

  • Dianisia says:
    Being a mom is life ,life is hard and rewading all at sane time.

  • Fiona says:
    everything lol

  • Jessica says:
    Hhmmm......Not sure

  • Anonymous says:
    worrying about them

  • Lori says:
    Loosing patience.

  • Tamika says:
    not enuff sleep

  • Victoria says:
    seeing her cry

  • molly says:
    no sleep

  • Morgan says:
    trusting ppl

  • Kelly says:
    trying to do everything 4 everyone!!! & at the same time!

  • Sarah says:

  • ALICIA says:
    Sleepless nights at the beginning. The worry if you are doing it right etc

  • ashley says:
    nowing that this child will depend on me for everything and knowing that how i raise her is a big part on if she makes it in this world

  • Eileena says:
    Trying to get all the things done arund the house but keep my son happy too. I don't want to push my son away but I need to have dinner ready, cleanish house, etc done for when my boyfriend gets home or he gets pissed and thinks I'm sitting on my ass all day

  • Gill says:
    Nothing yet

  • Chelsea Denise says:
    Umm.. Nothing that i can think of... i enjoys every minute of it.. i love my life as mommy..

  • Anonymous says:
    trying to be a good mum, work, and spend time with my partner while doing house work!!

  • Nora says:
    When the child is not asleep, crying and you have to wake up the next morning to work, with eye bags...

  • rebecca says:
    tryin to rase ur children to be best they can be n when they r sick n there is nothinu can do to take away their pain

  • Donna says:
    Being organised for 2 people, one of whom likes to puke right before we go out!

  • Jennifer says:
    having twins

  • Rowena says:
    Dealing with the whinny child

  • gemma says:
    letting them go lol

  • Amanda says:
    dealing with the other 3 kids haha

  • Amanda says:
    I think the hardest thing about being a mom is trying to make time for yourself. It is so easy to get caught up in doing for everyone else that it is easy to forget about doing something for yourself.

  • Krystle says:
    wondering all the time if you are doing everything right

  • yvonne (bonnie) debbie louise says:
    the constant scares they give you.

  • lisa says:
    trying to keep them safe

  • Nicola says:
    The amount u worry...i never used to worry, now im almost sick everytime i go to the doctors with him!

  • Melissa says:
    trying not to get aggravated with her

  • Amber-Lee says:
    nothin has been hard so far..i love it

  • Brittany says:
    Not being able to take their pain away

  • Katryn says:
    Seeing my oldest go to school and watching my youngest in the special care nursery

  • Tania says:
    Not knowing if you are doing the very best for your child.

  • Laura says:
    would have to say not knowing about certain illnesses and doing things in the best interest of the family and the child.

  • Jessi says:
    realizing how much things change..

  • Kelley says:
    Taking stress out on kids - When i'm stressed,worried or angry I can be grumpy,distracted and short with them - and it comes across as being annoyed with them even though its something else and even though its not often its hard to know I cant stop it

  • karen says:
    punishing my children

  • Anonymous says:
    NO knowing if what I am doing is right

  • melissa says:
    When they hurt themsealf's and when there sick there normal about growing up ut its sad for me to see him sick and i cant make it better

  • Joanne says:
    worry and sleepless nights

  • Jannine says:
    I would have to say not having her father around because she is not at fault for his stupidities

  • Kathy says:
    trying to teach them how to make the right choices when i dont always do the same

  • Jessica says:
    umm..... getting routines knocked abut lol. or trying to organise something to do with frieds that will fit into the routine lol

  • Janice says:
    letting your kids go

  • Gemma says:
    sleep deprivation

  • Brooke says:
    Lack of sleep

  • Michele says:
    Having time! to yourself and for everyone else LOL

  • Danielle says:
    You will worry for the rest of your life.

  • Chelsea says:
    no sleep!!!

  • Ewa says:
    everything is hard at first!! but it gets easier

  • Kristin says:
    I guess juggling day to day duties, being VERY tired and changing your life completely. (severe lack in social life, etc.) I wouldn't change any of the above though for the world... it's an easy pric to pay for the unconditional love for and of your children :)

  • Allyson says:
    All of it!! I'm not too proud to admit being a mum is the hardest thing i've ever done and nowhere near as easy as people make it look! The croup from birth - 7 months, the needles, the 2year old tantrums....and i'm putting myself through it all again!

  • Anonymous says:
    Not geting enough sleep

  • katrina says:
    EVERYTHING about being a mum is a CHALLENGE but well worth it!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous says:
    keeping your patients

  • jackie says:
    getting up at the crack of dawn with the kids

  • Gemma says:
    Dealing with the temper tantrums!

  • lisa says:
    getting up with him but got used to it now tho

  • ashleigh says:
    haveing no sleep

  • Amber-rae says:
    not being able to take there pain awa

  • Adeline says:
    It really isn't hard at all. Even getting up at 5 or 6 in the morning to feed her.

  • Natasha says:
    The way you can't control everything that happens to your kids once they arrive in this world and fighting the urge to wrap them up in cotton wool and never let them experience anything, just sothey don't get hurt.

  • Sara says:
    no time for myself

  • lisa says:
    havening to keep tellin them no constantly

  • Kelsey says:
    I guess the hardest thing is not being able to just pick up and leave i have to think about what to bring... diapers, bottles ect. oh, and the lack of sleep but I think that just comes with the territory lol

  • Amy says:
    late nights, teething, screamingn u dont know why n when there ill..i could go on!!

  • Keshia says:
    That you have so much responsibility and that baby looks up to everything you do.. I find being a mom more rewarding and fun then hard though.

  • kelsey says:
    finding time to do everything i need to do.

  • Leanne says:

  • kerri says:
    not sure really,

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  • Holly says:
    Being away from my home and my family, knowing that they deserve for her to be a part of their lives.

  • Hana says:
    Remembering that I need time for myself too!

  • elise says:
    no time to myself and not being able to do simple things like unstack the dishwasher without a fuss

  • Holly says:
    Leaving him when I have to go somewhere without him.

  • carlee says:
    loosing them... :-(

  • leah says:
    friends not understanding why i can't do things with them now

  • Billie says:
    Getting anything done. Everytime there is something to be done, she needs something too.

  • Amber says:
    No more "ME" time!

  • Jo says:
    feeling like you not doing the best that you can

  • Ally says:
    there are lots of hard things about being a mum..supporting them on only 1 income, the teethng!! the early mornings lol

  • Cherissa-Lynn says:
    Keeping calm and collected.

  • Alanna says:
    when my son gets hurt.... I want to cry too

  • Wahss says:
    When they are sick! It makes me wannajust take their sickness away..

  • Candice says:
    I dont find anything hard really

  • wasagabeaudry says:
    leaving my lil' man at home while in school, or not being able to spend as much time as I want with him cause of school work :-(

  • Liz says:
    Having patience

  • CARRIE says:
    Having to let go so he can learn to do things on his own.

  • Danielle says:
    Not enough hours in the day

  • Nikki says:
    umm the new born stage...its easy now

  • Sara says:
    Absolutely nothing.

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  • katie says:
    nothing i love it

  • andrea says:

  • stacey says:
    at the moment nothing

  • kerri says:

  • Liana says:
    The tiredness at times, and trying to fathom what they need when they are small.

  • Andrea says:
    lack of sleep and not knowing whats wrong when she is screaming like mad

  • michelle says:
    just being a mum

  • Laura says:
    lack of sleep

  • Kayla says:
    always on the go

  • Misha says:
    Letting go.

  • Candance says:
    giving my son so much attention even when i'm busy i have to give him attention

  • Ashly says:
    No sleep.!

  • janine says:
    constant change

  • Alison says:
    Being on call 24 hours 7 days a week.

  • Leanne says:
    No free time for just me

  • Verity says:
    Never getting 5 minutes to have some of your own time if needed.

  • Stephanie says:
    Everything and Nothing All At The Same Time

  • melissa says:
    no sleep but its fun

  • liz says:
    making sure they grow up to be a respectful adult and all the little hurdels in between.

  • Chrissy says:
    The long nights!

  • Heather says:

  • Cari says:
    Trying to keep the house clean with 3 kids in it all day.

  • Justine says:
    Not being able to fix everything. Like if she's crying and I can't make her feel better quick enough it breaks my heart. And expecting my husband to just know what I need him to do w/out being asked.

  • Candice says:
    Seeing them in pain or ill.

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  • Kaitlyn says:
    getting enough sleep.

  • Destiny says:
    seeing your baby hurting and not being able to take the pain away

  • Amanda says:
    Leaving him at someone else's house.

  • Nicole says:
    when aubrie is in her not listing mode and when nanna follows me around wanting me to hold her lol. :)

  • Melissa says:
    Finding patience and getting enough sleep.

  • cassandra says:
    when she cries and idk what to do to make it stop

  • Holleigh says:
    when there sick an you cant take there pain

  • Samantha says:
    Lack of sleep but when she's standing up in bed saying mum makes it all better

  • Shannon says:
    With 2 children it's hard to make sure you divide your time with both... it gets easier after time... :)

  • Evelyn says:
    You want the best for them but sometimes thats not possible

  • Maria says:
    seeing them hurting or sick