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What is your mom super power???

I was reading Holly's blog (one of the founders of The BlogFrog) and I was inspired by her post about mom super powers. I was thinking really hard to try and come up with my own "super power" and I realized that I didn't think I had one. That made me kind of sad so I have redeemed myself and dubbed myself "Mrs. Multi-tasker"!
The powers included here are many I can dry teary eyes while changing a messy diaper and make sure that dinner doesn't burn on the stove. That is just one example of multitasking that goes on around here.

Please leave a comment and let me know what your super power is or what your super hero name would be. Or just do a post of your own (but be sure to leave me a comment so I can read it!)

And here's to all of us mom's who don't appreciate ourselves and all we really do!

Comments

*~Petra~* said…
Oh I wish I could multi-task... I would love that super power! I would definitely have to say that I am more of a super villain than a super hero... my power would probably be something like being able to blow up at the tip of a hat or having laser eyes that burn right through you. My poor kids.
Jami & Mark said…
Yeah for the Super-Multitasker! The guys don't appreciate it until they try to do it! I think this is a fabulous super power! I can multitask very well at work.....I will let you know if those skills transfer to the mommy world in the future......
Leah said…
You've really got me thinking! Here's a good one...
Call me Super "Call Your Bluff" Momma
I've got 4 kids between the ages of 2 and 17. I've grown really astute to seeing through any lies they might tell. Whether it's "who made this mess?" or "how late did you stay up on the phone last night?" I can see right through them!
Anonymous said…
Amen to that Brandie! I read Holly's post too and never did settle on a super power of my own. If I had to choose one, I think it would also be Super-Multitasker! However, I think sometimes for me and probably most moms it becomes Super-MultiOverTasker. Which leads to Super-Sleepy. ;-)

So glad to be introduced to you through the BlogFrog Community Leaders!

-Chris Bird
Holly said…
I am so impressed - the multi-tasking superpower is the BEST! I have some power there, but the force is weak :). Oh - being able to call a bluff is a fantastic one, too. Thanks for linking to my blog and running with the idea for another post - I love it! I love hearing what other moms are really good at. I know one mom that can get all seven of her children somewhere on time, every time. That is a power far beyond my reach.

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