Why Moms Are Superheroes

There is something magical that happens when you become a mother. You sense danger, you will do anything to protect your young, you develop a tough stomach and can go without sleep for days.

Some may call it survival mode but I call it just being a “mom.”

Yes, us moms can be superheroes too. We may not be saving people from burning buildings or fighting crime in the streets, but we do have a tough job, honestly one of the toughest jobs there are. We have many titles and perform numerous tasks on any given day.

To me, a “superhero mom” is a woman that:

Being a superhero mom is not about being a perfect mom – there is no such thing. It’s about doing what you feel is best for yourself and your family.

She is someone who her children look up to and in their eyes “she is their superhero!”

What do you think a superhero mom is?


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2013 Family Expert for P&G's Have You Tried This Yet? Trend Trio, Tina is a mom of two active boys and the founder of Life Without Pink, a mom's guide for raising boys. You’ll find everything from cool gadgets, trend reports, daily adventures, travel ideas to personal stories, and tips for parenting boys.


  1. says

    Equally important is knowing when to back down and get some much-needed rest and relaxation! Even superheroes sleep :) For me, being a superhero means that I’m doing things now for my kids I never, ever thought I’d do: like ditching fast & packaged foods and cooking 3 meals a day – superhealthy stuff. Like rethinking and reconsidering what will strengthen their brain, improve their behavior, and heal their health issues while still having an awesome childhood that they can remember fondly.
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