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Laugh Out Loud with these Funny Single Mom Quotes

Being a single mom is like juggling chainsaws – it’s dangerous, but also impressive.

Dear sleep, I miss you almost as much as I miss being a non-single mom.

I used to think I was a superhero, until I became a single mom and realized I’m actually a wizard.

Having a messy house is just the universe’s way of saying, ‘Congrats on being a single mom.’

Coffee: the lifeblood of single moms everywhere.

Being a single mom means solving problems you didn’t even know were problems.

The best part of being a single mom? Only having to clean up after one tiny tornado.

Being a single mom is a lot like running a zoo – you have to handle a lot of different animals, and sometimes they throw poop at you.

I used to be a bumblebee, but now I’m a single mom – I’ve upgraded to superhero status.

Being a single mom means always having an alibi for why you’re late – blame the kid!

The secret to being a successful single mom? Strong coffee and a sense of humor.

Being a single mom is like being a magician – you make things disappear, like sleep and free time.

Isn’t it funny how being a single mom turns you into a superhero? You can do anything with one hand, while holding a baby in the other.

Being a single mom means being the ultimate multitasker – I can cook, clean, and be on a conference call, all at the same time.

As a single mom, I’ve mastered the art of doing everything one-handed, because the other hand is always holding a cup of coffee.

Being a single mom is like being a circus performer – you’re always juggling, and sometimes you get hit in the face with a pie.

Being a single mom means laughing at jokes only your child would find funny, 24/

As a single mom, I’m pretty sure I could win a gold medal in the ‘cleaning up after a hurricane’ event.

Being a single mom means never having to ask, ‘Who left this mess?’ because you already know it was your child.

Being a single mom is the equivalent of running a marathon, while doing a science experiment, and solving a Rubik’s cube, all at the same time.

I used to think I was a ninja, until I became a single mom – now I’m a ninja who can change diapers with lightning speed.

Being a single mom means never having to say, ‘I’m bored,’ because you’re always too busy to be bored.

Being a single mom is like trying to solve a puzzle, but all the pieces keep changing shape.

I used to be a cat person, until I became a single mom – now I’m a cat person who can function on four hours of sleep.

Being a single mom is like being a tightrope walker – you have to balance work, parenting, and sanity, all without falling off the wire.

Being a single mom means embracing chaos, because it’s the only way to survive.

As a single mom, I’ve learned that every day is a new adventure – from tantrums to missing socks, it’s always something exciting.

Being a single mom is like running a marathon, except it lasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and there’s no finish line.

Being a single mom means mastering the art of negotiations – negotiating bedtimes, negotiations meal times, and negotiations toy times.

I used to be unstoppable, until I became a single mom – now I’m unstoppable with a stroller and a diaper bag.

Being a single mom means always having a dance partner, even if it’s just dancing around the living room to the sound of the washing machine.

As a single mom, I’m proud to say I have a PhD in MacGyvering – I can fix anything with a roll of duct tape and a baby wipe.

Being a single mom is like being a lion tamer – you have to tame tantrums, keep the chaos at bay, and occasionally wrestle a toddler into a car seat.

I used to think I had it all figured out, until I became a single mom – now I realize I don’t even know where I put my keys half the time.

Being a single mom means never having a dull moment – there’s always something exciting happening, like a surprise blowout or an impromptu art project on the walls.

As a single mom, I’ve learned to embrace the saying, ‘If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em’ – that’s why I’m always covered in finger paint and glitter.

Being a single mom means learning to be the ultimate handywoman – from changing light bulbs to assembling cribs, there’s nothing we can’t do.

I used to think I was fearless, until I became a single mom – now I’m fearless with a side of anxiety.

Being a single mom is like playing a never-ending game of ‘Whack-a-Mole’ – as soon as you solve one problem, two more pop up.

As a single mom, I’m the master of improvisation – from using a baby wipe as a stain remover to turning a cardboard box into a spaceship, I can do it all.

Being a single mom is like being the conductor of a crazy train – there’s no schedule, no stops, and lots of screaming passengers.

I used to think I was a good dancer, until I became a single mom – now I’m a pro at dancing while cooking dinner and changing diapers.

Being a single mom means never having a dull moment – there’s always something interesting happening, like finding a Cheerio in your shoe or discovering a toy in the toilet.

As a single mom, I’ve learned that life is a constant balancing act – balancing work, parenting, and sanity, all while trying not to spill my coffee.

Being a single mom is like being a circus performer – you have to put on a show, handle the lions, and not let anyone see you sweat.

I used to think I was a chef, until I became a single mom – now I’m a chef who can cook with one hand and hold a baby in the other.

Being a single mom means being a master of disguise – from hiding vegetables in meals to pretending to be the Tooth Fairy, I can do it all.

As a single mom, I’ve learned that sometimes you just have to laugh – like when you find spaghetti sauce in your purse or your child decides to decorate the walls with markers.

Being a single mom is like being a superhero – you can survive on very little sleep, clean up messes in seconds, and always have a witty comeback ready.

I used to think I had all the answers, until I became a single mom – now I realize that the only answer is coffee, lots of coffee.


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