Jill Smokler Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 Jill Smokler Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Jill Smokler Sayings: Admitting that this job isn't always easy doesn't make somebody a bad mother. At least, Admitting that this job isn't always easy doesn't make somebody a bad mother. At least, it shouldn't. We're all on this ride together. We are not the first ones to ever accidentally tell our children to shut up, or wonder - just for a moment - what it would be like if we'd never had children. We aren't the first mothers to feel overwhelmed and challenged and not entirely fulfilled by motherhood. And we certainly won't be the last. Nothing can be lost by admitting our weaknesses and imperfections to one another. In fact, quite the opposite is true. We will be better mothers, better wives, and better women if we are able to finally drop the act and get real. Who are we pretending for, anyway?
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Jill Smokler Sayings: I think birthdays should be less about celebrating the birth of the child and more I think birthdays should be less about celebrating the birth of the child and more about celebrating the fact that we succeeded at keeping them alive for another year.
Jill Smokler Sayings: Scary mommy confession #80920 I invited you into my home as a guest. And you Scary mommy confession #80920
I invited you into my home as a guest. And you brought my two year old permanent markers and play-doh. next time I visit you, I'm bringing your teenage daughter condoms and crack.
Jill Smokler Sayings: For a mother, mornings of young, school-age children are a carefully orchestrated combination of timing, For a mother, mornings of young, school-age children are a carefully orchestrated combination of timing, skill, and luck. It's nothing short of an act of God to get three children to school by eight, looking halfway presentable.
Jill Smokler Sayings: Being a parent is dirty and scary and beautiful and hard and miraculous and exhausting Being a parent is dirty and scary and beautiful and hard and miraculous and exhausting and thankless and joyful and frustrating all at once. It's everything. (Confessions of a Scary Mommy, Gallery Books 2012).
Jill Smokler Sayings: I'm torn between wanting the absolute best for my daughter and being jealous that she I'm torn between wanting the absolute best for my daughter and being jealous that she has it so much better than I ever did.
Jill Smokler Sayings: I realized that there is no shortage of the love a mother has to offer I realized that there is no shortage of the love a mother has to offer her children. There is a never-ending supply of love, pride, and affection, and each child will no doubt receive his equal share. Thankfully, it's just the way we are built. There is, however, something that each child doesn't get the same amount of, and that is called attention.
Jill Smokler Sayings: See, this favorite child of mine changes by the day. No, by the minute, actually. See, this favorite child of mine changes by the day. No, by the minute, actually. Who is this favorite child of mine? It's the particular one who is pissing me off least at any given moment in time. They have all had their fair share of being the favorite and they have all inspired the "Oh my God, did I really give birth to you" moments as well. It's one of the best things about having more than one child: there's always another one to go to when one of the others is driving you up a fucking wall.
Jill Smokler Sayings: The days may last forever, but the years pass by in a blink; the secret The days may last forever, but the years pass by in a blink; the secret to survival is actually remembering to take a deep breath every now and then and enjoy ourselves along the way.