This Viral Photo Of Breastfeeding Super Mom Is Too Relatable

Mom of four shares a picture of her breastfeeding her child while making dinner. Mother's everywhere can totally relate.

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As a mother you have to do it all! We do it all, because we love our children more than anything. They expect us to do everything and they want us to be do it with a smile on our face. Mom's are the chef, the chauffeur, the mentor, the tutor, the maid, the comforter, and the friend. We also have to be all of those things often at the same time.

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One mom shares a photo that is way too relatable to mom's with multiple children. She shares a pictures of her breastfeeding with her left arm and stirring the family's dinner with her right arm. Her oldest son was holding onto her shirt while asking for homework help. Then on the ground were her two children playing a game within only a few inches of mom's legs.

Mixed Mom Brown Babies

This picture really did spark national attention, because most mom's related to the image. We all want to be the best mom's and we try to be there for them, support them, and help them in every way. This mom is helping every single one of her children in this one picture. And can we please talk about how she is breastfeeding with one arm and stirring with the other? That does not look like a small baby and miss super mom is literally holding that baby with one arm like a boss!

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The picture is from a Mom Blogger on Facebook who runs the site, "Mixed Mom Brown Babies." She wants everybody to know how much she loves motherhood, but it certainly not a job for the faint of heart. There are so many wonderful aspects of motherhood, but there are moments where she is being pulled in different directions (literally). This mom has a very raw page where she doesn't just show the glamour and wonder of parenthood, but she shows the hardships as well!


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