Supermom. The name says it all. Supermoms can do anything. They run circles around dads and kids and bosses. They are, in fact, superhuman. You may not see the pink “S” emblazoned on their chest, their cape may be hidden from view but they quietly keep their little corner of the world spinning. They may even take over for Atlas when he needs a potty break.
Faster than a speeding minivan, more powerful than a stubborn two year old’s temper tantrum and able to leap tall buildings in stiletto heels. Supermom is all that and then some. She rocks the house and the office. She remembers every school function, every show & tell and every game, match and meet. She kisses boo-boos and bolsters crumpled egos. She is an ever-present cheerleader, an all-knowing homework and spelling bee assistant and an omnipotent fighter of monsters under the bed.
How does she do it all? She works through colds that put strong men down. Germs, lack of sleep and throbbing headaches have no power over her. The sight of blood, poop and vomit do not ruffle her strong, yet loving demeanor. She always finds time to read a book, make some cookies and wash a favorite sweater.
In this blog, we will explore the adventures of the Supermom in all of us. Whether stay-at-home, work-at-home or work-outside-the-home, each and every mom has her Supermom moments. Her “I did it” days. Her days when she hears those famous words, “Mom, you are the BEST mom ever!” Let’s celebrate those days, those little victories when we get it all done. Sure, there are days when the minutes until bedtime cannot tick by fast enough and that bottle of white wine is popped opened faster than you can say “Spa Vacation”. Every mom has those moments, too. The Supermom moments outweigh them. Hands down.