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Top 10 Signs You Need A Mommy Break

What mom couldn’t use one? But sometimes, you reach a whole other level of insanity. Print this out and leave it where the grandparents can see it.
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1. You forget your name.

2. You start to think the smell of spit-up is kind of comforting.

3. You not only talk to the baby, you ask him for wardrobe advice.

4. Your most exciting revelation of the week: The ABC song and Twinkle Twinkle are exactly the same.

5. You refer to your husband as “Daddy.” Even in bed. And not in a sexy way.

6. You water the dog and feed the plant.

7. You have actual conversations with friends about the baby’s toots.

8. You catch yourself wondering if maybe those leftover strained peas would be good in an omelet.

9. Your idea of a fun time? Using shampoo and conditioner.

10. You forget the baby’s name.

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  • Rated 0 out of 5 by 8reviewers.
    Rated 0 out of 5 by I have a 5 year old Autistic son and a 3 month old daughter. I also live with my parents so my only time to myself is when I am working on homework or when I (try) to go to sleep myself. September 26, 2013
    Rated 0 out of 5 by My husband is great so my "me time" is my showers - sometimes they end up being 30 minutes. He knows thats my only time during the day to myself.But I have definitely caught myself talking about his toots and poops too often. People ask how I am or how the baby is and thats the topic of the day I reach to...definitely not a good thing lol. May 30, 2013
    Rated 0 out of 5 Lol I actually fell asleep reading the article. I'm not a new mommy (I've got a 9 & 6 year old & a 2 month old) but I forgot some of the silly things you do when you're sleep deprived December 4, 2012
    Rated 0 out of 5 by Too true! I was laughing at this article until I realized how badly I need a break. Then I just cried. I'm going to print it and put it on the fridge. June 6, 2012
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