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Notifications are constantly popping up on our phone screens—from asking permission to send push notifications to telling us that
our power is low. And while those notifications are great and sometimes even
helpful, if the iPhone was really looking out for us parents, it might send us
notifications that looked more like this.
1. When you need to be reminded that it's about quality not
2. When you'd rather lose all ability to communicate with
anyone than see your toddler lose her shit
3. When you're up all night with your baby, "a.m." and "p.m." don't mean much to you anymore
4. When you
turned your head for a nanosecond and forgot that toddlers are ninjas
you have a gazillion other things to remember to do
6. When you
forget how different your life is now that you're a mom
7. When you are reminded that parenting has a price
8. When you try to prove that your days spent cutting up food
for a tiny mouth, discussing episodes of "Bubble Guppies" and performing puppet
shows have had no adverse effect on your ability to still be cool. And you fail miserably.
9. When you are just not thinking straight
10. When you're too exhausted to remember how you got to
this point of exhaustion (and struggling memory) in the first place
11. When you take photo bursts throughout your daughter's
entire pony ride
12. When you think that EVERYTHING your child does is
adorable, and you think everyone else thinks it, too
14. When by mid-morning, you've already built 4 Mega Block
My Little Pony "pirate ships," read 17 books, shut down three tantrums, cleaned the
kitchen five times and managed to skillfully dodge flying poop, among other
Illustrations by Lauren Sian, Written by Andrea Wada Davies