Being a mom can be hard. The key that I have found to make this job called motherhood easy is having a positive mindset. Trust me. I get it.
The kids are screaming, the house is a mess and your husband is taking the third phone call in a row and can’t help you with making dinner or getting the kids ready for bed.
The best way to keep yourself from turning into the mommy monster is repeating a few positive affirmations for moms.
I have searched around for some positive affirmations for moms and I have my top 25 that I want to share with you so that you can remain a happy mom.
Get started with these positive affirmations for moms
I am doing the best that can for my children and it is enough.
My life is beautiful.
I am a brilliant, beautiful woman.
I am done complaining.
My children are lucky to have me as a mother.
Just as the needs of my children matter, so do my own.
I am enough
I am capable of amazing things if I believe and be true and act.
Everything I do serves a purpose for my family.
I am brave and courageous for trying even when I think I can’t do it.
I accept where I am in life and will make the most of today.
Taking care of myself makes me a better mom because I parent from abundance, not from lack thereof.
I am a good mom, even as a work to become a better one.
In the eyes, mind and heart of my child, I am a good mom.
I can only give my children a happier mother.
I am a blessing to my children.
There is no way to be a perfect mother, but a million ways to be a good one.
I am learning to be a better mother with each new day.
I am grateful for my ability to create life.
Motherhood has revealed my strengths.
I deserve the praise that I receive as a mother.
I will not give attention to my insecurities today.
Today I will find peace in being good enough because perfection is impossible.
I am my child’s life long teacher.
I am strong
Change your focus
The next time you are having one of those days and the tantrums are out of control, repeat one of these positive affirmations for moms to keep a positive mind.
It can be hard to keep the negative thoughts out of your mind. But by repeating an affirmation often and throughout the day, you will find it is much easier to keep the negativity out.
Remember, self care is not selfish. You need time for yourself to be a good mom.
The mom guilt likes to sneak in and make you feel like you are not a good mom. I am here to tell you that you are a good mom!