How Would Your Kids Describe You In One Word?

To them, you're "Mom", "Mama," "Madre," or even "Mum." Given the chance, how would your kid describe you in just one word? Do they see you through rose colored glasses or will the truth be a slap in the face? Take this fun quiz and find out how your kids really see you!

Question 1/10
First things first, how many kids do you have?
5 or more

Question 2/10
How old is your oldest child?
18 or older

Question 3/10
Your kid's school is having a bake sale. What do you bring?
A package of Oreos and a smile.
Store bought cookies that I'll try to pass off as my own.
My famous chocolate chip cookies.
Something simple, like cupcakes.
Anything that can be made in under 20 minutes.

Question 4/10
Your headed to the public pool with your kid and their friend today. What do you bring along?
What don't I bring? I've got it all.
Sunscreen, a towel, and some snacks.
Some cash for the snack bar.
Sunscreen and a good book for myself.
Patience and plenty of anxiety meds.

Question 5/10
It's summer time. What will your kid be doing?
Heading to camp.
Swimming lessons.
As many activities as they can try.
Going on lots of nature walks with yours truly.
Probably saying "I'm bored" every 20 minutes.

Question 6/10
After dinner, you can typically be found...
Playing with the kids.
Cleaning up after dinner.
Playing games on my phone.
Hiding in the bathroom for some quiet.
Watching a movie with the family.

Question 7/10
What do you think is the hardest part of being a mom?
Juggling all of the responsibilities.
Not having enough time for me.
Teaching my kids new things.
Not getting enough sleep.
Having everyone depend on me.

Question 8/10
What time do you wake up in the morning?
6 AM
8 AM
10 AM
5 AM
11 AM

Question 9/10
You're at a playdate with your kid but they're behaving pretty badly. What do you do?
Cancel the playdate and take them home.
Let them finish the playdate but scold them later.
Ignore it, kids will be kids.
Gently remind them to play nicely.
None of these, my kid wouldn't go to a playdate.

Question 10/10
How did you feel on your kid's first day of school?
They haven't started school yet
In one word, your kids would describe you as "graceful." When you're covered in spaghetti sauce and balancing two loads of laundry in one basket, you might not feel very graceful, but your kids see you as the epitome of the word. The reason? Even when you have 20 things happening all at once, you maintain your strength, composure, and sense of calm. You are true grace under pressure and they know it, even if they can't articulate it just yet!

In one word, your kids would describe you as "funny!" Some Moms are serious or grave, others embrace their playful side. Even when things around you are pure chaos, you can always find a reason to laugh, make a silly face, or simply crack a joke. Your kids see you as the type of Mom who is simply hilarious. You always know how to make your kiddos laugh and aren't afraid to be the butt of your own joke from time to time!

In just one word, your kids would describe you as "feisty!" Let's face it, you're not a regular mom, you're a cool fun mom. While some mothers are taking life too seriously and letting every little thing, you're still living life to the fullest and finding a reason to laugh. You're not afraid to say what's on your mind, live your life out loud, or be your most authentic self. Just because you're a mom doesn't mean you've lost your identity!

In just one word, your kids would describe you as "giving!" Let's face it, you would do anything for your kids, even if it meant giving up some time or material things for yourself. While you might not think that your kids notice just how much you do on a given day, they really do. They see you as a kind and giving person who will do anything for them and the people you love most!

In just one word, your kids would describe you as "gentle!" You're the type of mom who is always ready with a hug, good advice, or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. You take a gentle approach to mothering and are just about as calm about the whole thing as one can be. You don't raise your voice, sweat the small stuff, or nit pick over little things. You're a gentle soul who just wants to spread a bit of goodness. You might not think your kids notice who you are, but they really do!