Last Updated on November 5, 2020 by Corinne Schmitt
I recently realized that I spend a lot of time talking about the Wannabe side of motherhood, without celebrating the Wondermom side. So, starting today, I would like to devote weekends to highlighting some of the things we WW’s do that warrant recognition.
Congratulations On Becoming A Mom
Today I would like to congratulate all mother’s for becoming moms. Whether you planned and prepared to become a mother or were taken by surprise, if you have children you either endured several months of pregnancy and then hours of labor and delivery or several months of navigating through the adoption process. No matter how you became a mother, the journey wasn’t an easy one so kudos to you for successfully traversing it!
Your Wondermom Moment
Please share your own Wondermom moment in the comments below so we can all celebrate these accomplishments together. It doesn’t matter what it is, just tell us something you did this week that you are proud of.
25 thoughts on “Wondermom Weekends To Recognize And Celebrate Moms”
I just want to give credit to my mom … a single mom, patient, loving and never did I seen her falter in frustration for having us. She works hard to raise me and my brother … a WW mom 🙂 Thank you mom.
I’m a wondermom because I just take it one day at a time, and work for progress, not perfection. I catch my temper, which is usually directed at my poor hubby when I am hungry, lonely or tired. Nice blog, I’m gonna keep coming back . . .
This week, I am proud that I keep my temper down.
I do find that being in motherhood life, would something extraordinary
Motherhood is a great blessing, I don’t think my dlay would be complete without my kids, no matter how hard that day has been.
I always think that singleparents are wondermoms and wonderdads.
But yesterday, this wondermom just stayed at home and feels so blue thinking that school is about to start and ahhh so many things to think and do of which it would not have been that stressful when you have a partner who works hand in hand with you in rearing up a kid.
Wonderful day to all wondermoms out there!
just getting through the day and doing it all over again the next day is awesome and worth recognition. motherhood isn’t as easy as it may seem.:/
I’m not yet a mom but when I am one day I will fill like a wondermom every single day for sure to be able to handle so many things at once.
Happy Mothers day to all the pretty Mommies here, there and everywhere…. Truly you all are WonderMom
I am not a mother yet, but I would like to honor and congratulate all you mothers out there. I see from my friends and family what they all go through as mothers and raising their families. Mothers rock!
I worked with my 3yo and he now recognizes half the alphabet and can write a lot of it. I am proud of that, working to convince my husband my son can be homeschooled!
That is great for his age! You shouldn’t have a hard time convincing your husband since you are clearly a good teacher.
I am a wondermom because my son and I are always together. We are a military family and I hold down the fort all of the time. My son does on-line high school and is seriously with me 24/7. We have a great relationship and still “like” each other.
We’re a military family too so here’s a virtual high five for making it through workups and deployments with your sanity intact. And congratulations on surviving the teenage years in seemingly good fashion!
My Wondermom moment was last November when I said goodbye to my daughter (who just got married and moved to Canada from TN). I’m still alive and loving every phone that we have together. Having 6 children still at home and it challenges every day, keeps me going!
Mom of 3. Ages 32. 30 and 10. I made it to today and I am HAPPY!!
Wow! Quite a span between child 2 and 3. I can’t imagine starting all over with a newborn when my oldest is graduating from college. You are amazing! And you definitely deserve your happiness. 🙂
I think I am a wonder Mom because my son and I have been through a lot starting with his birth. He suffered nerve damage at birth and has brachial plexus palsy. He had physical and occupational therapy several times a week from 5 weeks to 2 years old. Despite this, he grew up doing all the things that boys do including sports.
A Wondermom with a Wonderkid! He is lucky to have a mother who is so committed to helping him live life to the fullest. Thank you for sharing!
I think I’m a wondermom because I have 2 kids (ages 3 and 1) and a 3rd on the way and I run an online business and for the most part, I’m still sane. That is the wonder of it all…that I’m sane. 🙂
Then you truly are a wondermom! I’m pretty sure I gave up the sanity claim 2 kids ago. 🙂
I think I’m a wondermom just for making it this far without cracking lol. My daughter is graduating in a month and I know I’m for sure gonna crack then! My son is a freshman…almost sophomore…AHHH! And he has his temps and THAT may make me crack! I <3 your blog 🙂
I’m definitely in awe of you! My oldest is a sophomore and as we start to look at colleges and scholarships and preparing him for life away from home, I am in a constant battle to keep my stress and emotions under control. May be coming to you for advice on how to get him to graduation without cracking.
She JUST found out that she is getting a full year academic scholarship to the college she wanted to go to…it’s close so she can commute! It is a huge burden off of us that’s for sure. I know my emotions are a wreck too. I keep crying thinking about how fast time is going!
I am not a Mom-but applaud all of you who are!!