A mom is a real mom only when she does all those things as mentioned below. To be considered a real mother, she must do all these.

Qualities of A Mother

Romantic dinners, accessories, chats, and salon visits don't interest you now; the only thing that concerns you is the care and safety of your kid. Now, you prefer to invest your time and efforts nurturing the child. It's the time when you rarely get time for yourself and your spouse, when the mere cry of your baby worries you and leaving your chores incomplete, you run towards the baby to check out what's going on! You end up spending most of the time with the baby while the rest (when the kid is asleep) is spent completing the undone chores. Sacrificing your likes and adjusting between baby care and household responsibilities, makes you a real mother. What more? If you notice below mentioned changes in your tastes and roles, then you are truly the real mom!
  • Instead of those luxurious perfumes and deodorants, you now like the smell of kids' toiletries, milk, and apple juice.
  • You remain in same old clothes but try to buy new ones for the kid.
  • Instead of beauty tips, the suggestions of handling children interest you now.
  • Film songs are now replaced by children poems and stories.
  • Your shopping list now comprises of toys, children clothes, children accessories, story books, candies, and children toiletries, leaving behind the items of your choice.
What are you thinking? If you agree with these points, then stand up and say with proud, 'Yippy, I'm the real mom!' Below are some more indicators for the real moms. Read on!

You Know You're a Mom When…
  • You mastered the art of placing food on a plate without anything touching.
  • Your child insists that you read "Once upon a Potty" out loud in the lobby of the doctor's office and you do it.
  • You hire a baby sitter because you haven't been out with your husband in ages, then you spend half the night talking about and checking on the kids.
  • You hope ketchup is a vegetable because it's the only one your child eats.
  • You find yourself cutting your husband's sandwiches into unusual shapes.
  • You fast-forward through the scene when the hunter shoots Bambi's mother.
  • You obsess when your child clings to you upon parting during his first month at school, then you obsess when he skips in without looking back.
  • You can't bear to give away baby clothes--it's so final.
  • You stop criticizing the way your mother raised you.
  • You read that the average-five-year old asks 437 questions a day and feel proud that your kid is "above average."
  • Your feet stick to the kitchen floor.....and you don't care.
  • When the kids are fighting, you threaten to lock them in a room together and not let them out until someone's bleeding.
  • You can't find your cordless phone, so you ask a friend to call you, and you run around the house madly, following the sound until you locate the phone downstairs in the laundry basket.
  • You spend an entire week wearing sweats.
  • Your idea of a good day is making it through without a child leaking bodily fluids on you.
  • Your favourite television show is a cartoon.
  • Peanut butter and jelly is eaten at least in one meal a day.
  • You're willing to kiss your child's boo-boo, regardless of where it is.
  • Your baby's pacifier falls on the floor and you give it back to her, after you suck the dirt off of it because your too busy to wash it off.
  • You buy cereal with marshmallows in it.
  • The closest you get to gourmet cooking is making rice crispy bars.
  • You count the sprinkles on each kid's cupcake to make sure they're equal.