6 Superpowers All Moms Have
By: Mars Salazar
Mothers love with a fierceness that can overcome any obstacle. This love propels them to achieve amazing feats for the sake of their families, granting them superhuman abilities that make everyone love and respect them. Here are a few of their most notable superpowers.
To start, giving birth can be an excruciatingly painful process. It’s an ordeal that can drastically change a woman’s body, possibly resulting in torn parts, broken bones, and a host of surgical procedures. It’s a very impressive task that definitely warrants a hug (or two!).
When you’re feeling under the weather, who do you call first? Most likely your mom, that’s who. She just knows how to deal with any health mishap, be it a small scrape or a bad fever.
Need a bandaid? Your mom probably has a few in her purse. Feeling peckish? There’s a granola bar with your name on it inside your mother’s tote. Looking for a pen? Your mom’s bound to have one or two, plus a notebook to boot. Whatever you need, you can expect to find it in your mother’s bag.
Your mom knows where everything in the house is. Your favorite socks? In the second drawer in your closet. A screwdriver? In the box on the shelf in the garage. Sheet music of your favorite Broadway songs? In a folder under your sister’s bed. It’s like her brain has a built-in GPS.
Moms just know when there’s something fishy happening at home. You’ve probably been caught red-handed doing things you weren’t supposed to do, like drawing on the wall or eating some chocolate after you’ve already brushed your teeth. Their spider senses are amazingly on point, and they’re always right.
Ever wondered how moms manage to wake up at the crack of dawn to prepare breakfast for the family and send off the kids to school before going to the office, then rushing after work to attend a PTA meeting, prepare dinner for the family, and help the kids with their homework? If that’s not a superpower, we don’t know what it is!
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