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Parenting30 Years Anniversary

11 things that happen when you become a mom

By October 8, 2019 No Comments

Becoming a mother changes your life. You become responsible for a little person who depends on you and looks up to you. Along the way, you develop a new set of wants and needs and learn to value new things. This article lists 11 things that happen to most women when they become a mother. In brief:

  1. You naturally become someone who’s always late.
  2. You develop ‘mom brain’.
  3. You get exhausted.
  4. You learn to share.
  5. You become responsible.
  6. You develop sensory overload.
  7. You get exhausted… again.
  8. You become obsessed with your kids.
  9. Nothing is about you anymore, it’s all about the kids.
  10. You learn to stretch yourself.
  11. You fall in love over and over again.

Read the full article here

Which one of these things do you recognize most?


About Easywalker

This year, we’re celebrating our 30th anniversary… There’s no denying it: we really are adults now. For a company like us, this milestone feels extra special. We know that we are reaching this phase of life along with many mothers and fathers – and mothers and fathers to be – who use our products. And as we grow together, all kinds of expectations and questions arise. Questions that relate to parenting, work, love and friendship. Easywalker wants to start the conversation on these topics. That’s why we have teamed up with experts in the field, and with mothers and fathers from all over the world. We are eager to share what we’ve learned with you, and we invite you to share your story with us. Leave a comment below or visit our homepage for more interesting topics related to work, love and friendship.

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