Mum shares selfies that show what motherhood really looks like

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Recently a mum posted a number of hilarious selfies that perfectly encapsulate the feeling of being a mum. Can you relate to these hysterical selfies?

In a recent post on Scary Mommy, a contributor who goes by the name Britt shared some pretty hilarious selfies that do a fantastic job of showing the world what motherhood really looks like.

She hilariously included pictures of herself at the age of 25 in order to show just how much her selfies have evolved since becoming a mum. Here is an example of what Britt’s selfies used to look like before she became a mother:

brit before

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

As you can see in the pictures above, Britt’s selfies were rather lively. She seemed interested, enthusiastic, and probably well rested. Oh, how the times have changed for Britt.

Britt playfully shared in her post what her social media looks like nowadays. You know, since becoming a mum!

Here are a few hilarious true to life selfies that show just what it’s like to be a mum:

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Here’s a lovely photo that was allegedly taken at 5AM. Only a parent can relate to a selfie this real!

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

If this selfie doesn’t speak to working moms who have to get ready every morning, I don’t know what will!

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Mothers know that personal space isn’t a thing. This selfie pretty much proves that.

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Ah, the bathroom selfie. It’ll never be quite the same after becoming a mummy.

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

Source: Britt/Scary Mommy

This selfie perfectly illustrates how the definition of words change after you’re a mum. In this case, the word being redefined is ‘victory.’

For more hilarious truthful mummy selfies, check out Britt’s full article by clicking here.

What do you think, mums? Do Britt’s mummy selfies encapsulate the feeling of being a mummy?

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