Being a mom is hard work. There are so many things that moms have to do every day, and sometimes it can feel like there is never enough time in the day. And then there’s the lack of sleep thing. As a mom, you want to be there for your kids and help them grow up into healthy adults. But sometimes you just need a little break — whether it’s for an hour or just ten minutes — to recharge, regroup and get back into the game. You have to deal with so many things at once; multitasking, trying to get everything done while keeping an eye on your kids and making sure they’re safe — all while trying not to kill anyone with road rage as you try to merge onto the highway or exit ramp, and you have to do those things while being very tired.
Also, being a tired mom is not something to be ashamed of. We all feel that way sometimes, and we do what we can to get through it. When you are a tired mom, you probably don’t have time to make everything from scratch, but you can still try to make healthy choices for your family. Those choices might include making meals ahead of time or preparing more than one meal at once. That way, when it comes to the time for lunch or dinner, you can quickly prepare something that is easy and healthy.
Tired moms also need to take care of themselves by getting enough sleep and taking breaks from the kids whenever possible. Honestly, being a tired mom can make you feel like you are not doing enough or that you are not as capable as other moms. You may even feel guilty for being exhausted and not being able to do everything. But you shouldn’t be a shadow of yourself because of your family.
Below is a collection of mom is tired quotes that will help children empathize with their mothers and realize that sometimes it takes a lot of energy to do the things moms do. It’s also the perfect way to send your mom a little love and give her something to take a break from everything else.
Mom Is Tired Quotes
I know my mom is tired. She works hard, but I want her to have time to rest. There are so many things she has to do, like taking care of me, our house, and my little brother. I don’t want her to work so hard anymore because it makes her sick.
1. My mom is tired and it’s time for her to go back to work. She needs my help so we can support our family. The more you give, the more she can stay home with us.
2. My mom is tired, and she needs us to help her. If we’re not careful and don’t do what they ask of us, they can get angry.
3. My mom is tired because of a lot of things. First, my mom works very hard at her job and has to deal with clients all the time which I know makes her tired. Second, she also help to raise two children that were not a part of the plan. My mom has sacrificed so much for other people and this is why every holiday season and birthday is extra special for me.
4. Life is tough for my mom. She has three kids, cooks every day, takes care of me and my brothers after school, and works as a nurse on the weekends. My mom is tired of doing all this on her own.
5. As a mom I’m sure she has so much to do in a day. She is tired from taking care of us, but we need her to make us happy and feel safe.
6. My mom is tired, she has been working all the time and barely has any rest. She works really hard to take care of me and my siblings. She is kind, generous, and caring and has a warm smile.
7. My mom is tired. I’m tired too because she does a lot for me and never lets me know this. For her birthday, I would like to make her feel special with a trip to the spa.
8. My mom is tired… and so am I, just like all of you. But no matter what your situation, you can make a difference in helping the homeless.
9. My mom is tired, she’s been working all day but doesn’t have any energy to cook. She wants something quick and easy so she can focus on her work.
10. My mom is tired of being a hero. We all need to be heroes in our own way though, so I’m going to give her some rest this day, and do my part instead.
11. My mom is tired of standing in line, standing in line and being stuck behind slow-moving people. My mom is tired of being late for work because there are no parking spaces left. My mom is tired of having her weekend chores interrupted by really bad weather. My mom is tired of everything.
12. My mom is tired of worrying. My mom is tired of not seeing me grow up, of not having time for herself, because it’s always about making sure everything is set for us.
13. My mom is tired. She works very hard and she deserves good things in her life. This is because my mother gives me the best care and I love her so much.
14. My mom is tired of being tired. She’s exhausted, frustrated and almost always running on fumes. More often than not, she barely has the energy to shower, let alone make dinner for her family.
15. Every day my mom wakes up before sunrise, puts on a brave face and takes care of my family. Her heart is so full that I sometimes feel like she’s going to burst with love for us.
16. My mom is tired because she takes care of me. She cooks, cleans, washes and iron my clothes and makes sure I have everything that I need to be a good student.
17. My mom is tired. She is tired of so much, but instead of sitting there moaning about it all day long, my mom does something about it. She gets up and does something for herself; for her health; for her future.
18. My mom is tired of always taking care of everyone else. Now she needs you to support her because she’s hurting and lonely.
19. My mom is tired, she needs a rest. She’s been doing everything for me—getting up in the middle of the night to feed me, giving me baths, dressing me for school. She wants to stop and take some time for herself. But how can I help?
20. My mom is tired of the guilt she feels when she doesn’t have time to volunteer at school or spend quality time with family and friends. The days drag on and nights seem like they will never end.
21. My mom is tired of having to do everything by herself. She’s tired of working late, being made to work long hours, and being unable to call it quits when she feels like it. And I’m tired too; just not as much as my mom.
22. My mom is tired of the daily hustle and bustle of running a household. She is exhausted by the struggle of finding enough time to make breakfast, go to work and not lose her mind.
23. I know my mom is not tired, but she can’t be everywhere at the same time. She is tired of others who refuse to help themselves. We all need to do better things for ourselves and other people. I want my mom not to be tired anymore.
24. I believe that my mom is tired because she works too hard. She has a job where she works 8 hours a day. My mom also takes care of me, helps me with homework and also makes dinner for my family of 4.
25. My mom is an artist, she works hard every day and sometimes things can be too much. The best surprise that I can give her is to take care of herself.
26. It is not just the daily grind that makes my mom tired. It’s the fact that she has two kids and will soon be a grandma for the first time. I don’t know where I would be if I hadn’t had your love, support, and gentle guidance during my difficult times, which were many times.
27. I have to remind my mother not to push herself too hard. She gets tired easily, and it’s easy to forget that she can only do so much. If we don’t take care of our bodies, it becomes a burden to others who must take care of us.
28. My mom works hard, and deserves the best. This is why I want to give her a gift that will make her happy and comfortable–and show her how much I appreciate all she does.
29. My mom is tired. She is tired of watching all of us, she longs for the day when she only has to worry about herself.
30. My mom is tired. She works long hours and deals with stress every day. She deserves a restful place to spend even just a few minutes in her day.
31. My mom is tired. She’s been doing a lot around the house since I decided to go back to school and my brother just quit his job to get married. She has nothing but love for him, but she’s still feeling the impact and needs some help.
32. My mom is tired, so I have to be the one that takes care of the house when she’s home. I’m happy to help out but I get sad because she doesn’t have time for me anymore.
33. My mother works hard. We appreciate the energy and effort she puts into the home, which makes us feel loved and secure. I really miss her when she is out at work.
34. My mom works very hard to make sure that everyone is taken care of. She runs the household and deals with everything while taking care of me, my needs, and everyone else who visits our house. She deserves a break!
35. My mom is tired and stressed, but she has to work two jobs just to make ends meet. She acts like nothing is wrong, but I know the reality of it all. She deserves better care, vacation and time with our family.
36. My mom is tired, she works hard and has to clean the house, cook dinner, clean up after dinner and do everything else. All my friends have their moms help them with homework but I don’t.
37. My mom is tired of adjusting to an ever-changing home, doctor, and school environment. She has enough to worry about already, so we need to be able to give her the help she needs.
38. Our mom runs from you to me, from work to home and back again. She takes care of everyone else and forgets about herself. She tries her hardest to look happy, but we’ve seen her cry alone in the bathroom. We promise we’ll make it up to her somehow.
39. My mom is tired but still she works hard for us. She’s the one who wakes up early and puts her feet on the ground. It’s her duty to be strong for everyone in this house because everyone else has their own problems. She does everything for us without any complaints or sadness. I love my mom very much and I know she’ll do anything for me if she could.
40. Mom is tired of all the busyness in her life, so she needs a break. A little time with me and her feet up is what she needs.
41. My mom is tired and needs to rest, but she’s still able to stay up with me until I fall asleep and then again in the morning. She makes sure I take my medicine, brush my teeth and put on my pyjamas. When I’m gone she sleeps alone in bed next to me every night.
42. My mom is tired, but she never complains about being tired. She works hard from early in the morning till late in the evening as a housewife, and it helps me a lot in my school.
43. My mom is tired because she is always sacrificing her energy to help me. She has worked hard all her life and still, she puts others before herself.
44. My mom is tired, but she works really hard to take care of us. She makes us breakfast and dinner every day, cleans our rooms and the house, helps make my dad lunch for work when he’s working late, does all the laundry, does all the grocery shopping, and takes care of our pets. I could go on forever!
45. My mom is tired because she is up all night watching her baby. She just wakes up in the morning and goes to work for 8 hours.
46. My mom is tired, always carrying heavy stuff. She worked hard all her life and never got a break. Mom deserves all of us to help her, not just in the house but also as a friend. If she’s happy, then we are happy too.
47. My mom is tired! She often gets home from work exhausted and needs rest. That’s why I always take good care of my mom and do everything possible to make her feel better.
48. My mom is tired. She works hard every day, and she never complains. I want to help her relax so that she can feel better and enjoy life again.
49. My mom is tired of constantly picking up after you and she feels like she just can’t take any more! You need to start getting your things together after school, and when you come home. She’s not doing it anymore!
50. My mom is tired, she’s working through the night, She never used to cry, but lately, that has changed. I see her wipe away the tears, with a heavy heart and soul she walks alone.
51. It is hard for my mom to work and care for our family. She does this with a smile and loves being a mom. It is time we stand up and show her that we appreciate everything she does for us.
52. My mom is tired of being disappointed in the quality of her life, her home and her family’s happiness. She is tired of feeling exhausted and pressured.
This Mom Is Tired Quotes
This mom is tired. She’s tired of feeling like her goals and priorities are constantly being dragged and ignored for those of her children. All she just wants is to be respected for who she is, and not just as a mother.
53. This mom is tired of the parent shaming. She is tired of the judgemental stares, and the awkward questions. She is tired of raising her kids without a support system. She wants to feel less alone, and more supported because no one else understands what she’s going through.
54. It’s the end of the day and this mom is tired. No one can blame her for wanting to sit down, but it seems like there’s always so much left to do.
55. This mom is tired. She’s tired of being exhausted, and she knows you are too. She wants to set the record straight about what it’s like to have a baby because we can all do better.
56. This mom is tired. She’s tired of having to park two blocks away from the entrance to the grocery store, or at least one or two cars back from the entrance. She’s tired of holding a screaming child in one arm while she carries a bunch of items in the other.
57. This mom is tired. She’s tired of her daughter’s messy room, her constant fighting with the other kids at school, and her daughter’s mean attitude.
58. This mom is tired of being asked to do something that has been delegated to another. She’s exhausted from the challenges of motherhood and needs a break.
59. This mom is tired of being told to do more, be better and do it faster. She’s done with people making negative assumptions about how she treats her kids when she gets frustrated. She’s had enough of people judging her for not having it all figured out yet, or for making parenting mistakes.
60. This mom is tired of being told that if only she burned a few more calories during the day or taught better manners or ate healthier food or spent more time at home, then life would be perfect forever after.
61. This mom is tired. She barely has time to shower, let alone do her hair. Her days are spent chasing her kids and trying to keep up with them. She has a ton of housework to get done, not to mention washing the dishes and laundry. There’s no time for anything else.
62. This mom is tired of fixing meals and trying to make time for a family dinner when she’s not too tired to think. She’s tired of doing the laundry and cleaning up messes so her kids don’t have to feel like they’re in a pigsty. Tired of making sure they get enough sleep so they don’t feel groggy at school.
63. This mom is tired of having to buy new clothes because her kids literally destroy everything they wear. She’s tired of being short on time to ever have time for herself. She’s tired of sharing this hectic life with their children, who seem to be the centre of their universe.
64. This mom is busy and tired, but she still finds time to put her makeup on. She knows it’s important to look good because when you feel good, it makes everything better. So she does what she needs to do so she can take care of her family like a badass!
65. This mom is tired of being told to have patience. She’s tired of people telling her what she should be doing differently when they don’t have a clue how hard it is or what she’s going through.
66. This mom is tired. She is tired of the endless struggles and tribulations that she faces every day. She is tired of not having enough help in raising her children. She is tired of feeling alone and overwhelmed; tired of feeling like she has to do it all. But most of all, this mom is tired of being told what she should do with her life based on the choices that others have made.
67. It’s exhausting being a mom, but it’s a job that can’t be done right without taking care of yourself. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom or a working mom, there are ways to ease the burden. Take some time for yourself, and please put your feet up!
68. This mom is tired. She’s tired of finding the baby toys in her daughter’s room. She’s tired of picking up dog poop on their walks, and she’s really tired of having to clean up after the family dog as well! This mom is exhausted and needs some help organizing her life.
69. This mom is tired. She’s exhausted from working one or two jobs, trying to take care of her children, taking care of her parents, and still trying to make time for herself. This mom is stressed out and ready for a break.
70. This mom is tired of keeping secrets. She is tired of not being heard and she has had enough. Give her the chance to help herself and you might just find that she is more impressive than you think!
71. This mom is tired of the hypocrisy, of being told it’s okay to talk about self-care and mental health if we only do it like this. This mom wants more.
72. This mom is tired of spending hours in the kitchen and cleaning up after dinner. She’s tired of watching her kids eat junk food because she can’t be bothered to cook a healthy meal. She’s tired of the food fights and complaining at the dinner table. But most of all… she’s tired of wearing makeup to work on some days when all she wants to do is hide in bed with a good book or take a nap! This mom has had just about enough!
73. This mom is tired. The kids are asleep and the house is quiet, but she can not relax. She feels like she has to clean, plan and make dinner as soon as her family goes to bed just so that she has peace and quiet in the morning before everyone wakes up. Her mind races with all of the things that need to be done tomorrow before school starts. She wants the house to look good, the laundry done and plenty of healthy options in case they get hungry while they are at school.
74. This mom is tired of everyone telling her “you’re doing a great job.” She’s begging for a break. One where she can put her feet up and rest without being judged.
75. This mom is tired. She’s been up all night for so long, she feels like she could sleep for days. And no matter how hard she tries, it’s not enough — because this mom would do anything for her kids.
76. This mom is tired. She’s running on empty; she’s spent. This mom doesn’t want to cook, clean or deal with any of the other nonsense that this world throws at her.
77. This mom is tired of being sick, tired and feeling like she’s drowning. This mom wants something better for her family so she can be there when they need her most. If this mom could get a little help from you caring people, it would go a long way.
78. This mom is tired and she is not putting up with this crap anymore. She knows that her body was made for more than this and it’s time for her to get back to the childbearing ways of her youth.
79. This mom is tired, but she’s also strong. Because she gets up early every single day to be with you, even if it means skipping showers and skipping coffee before she has to drive an hour back home.
80. This mom is tired of doing everything alone. She wants to watch her favourite show, take a bath, or even just put her feet up and she doesn’t have time to do it all.
81. This mom is tired. She’s tired of being told to smile by a perfect stranger, and she’s tired of getting disgusted looks when she doesn’t know where her kid is.
82. It’s a rare moment when this mom feels like she can stop moving. She’s the kind of mom who drags herself out of bed at 5 a.m. to get her kids ready for school, races through her nine-to-five job and then comes home to clean up before rushing back out again for Happy Hour with her friends. She knows she needs to rest but just doesn’t know how.
83. This mom is tired. This mom wants to be done with all of this– the dirty diapers, the happy cries, the tantrums and the hyperactive toddler mayhem. She wants to read a different kind of book with a glass of wine and some chocolate. She thinks about wiping her hands clean and never having to wipe an ass again. This mom is tired.
84. This mom is tired of seeing moms like you being told that you don’t have what it takes to be a super mom. She’s tired of seeing women giving up on their dreams because they fall behind on their to-do lists or feel overwhelmed by the demands on their time.
85. This mom is tired of seeing empty shelves, overgrown floors and stooped shoulders. She’s tired of picking up after all the messes, being ignored from a distance, and feeling like she’s never done enough. She’s tired of losing her patience and her temper; she’s been doing it for far too long and it needs to stop.
86. This mom is tired. She’s tired of the lack of sleep, she’s tired of the dirty diapers and laundry, she’s tired of doing dishes and getting groceries. But she also loves her kids more than anything. She loves that time spent together each day as a family is precious and fleeting.
87. This mom is tired. She’s tired of her children fighting, tired of being nagged at every turn, and tired of making sacrifices that are taking their toll on her family. It’s a balancing act like no other; she wants to make all the right choices for her kids while still being able to find time for herself.
88. This mom is tired of having to leave her kids at home alone or asking her husband or brother to look after them so that she can have quality time with her friends and family.
89. This mom is tired. She’s tired of the constant hustle and bustle of her day, of making sure her kids are fed, have clean clothes, are potty trained and are happy. She’s tired of putting herself last on everyone’s list. She wakes up thinking about how she can do better. She probably has a nagging voice in her head that says ‘I am not enough.’
90. This mom is tired. The exhaustion has crept up her limbs and into her bones, spreading through her body without remorse or remorse. She’s tired of the looks she gets from strangers when she doesn’t reply to their opinions.
91. This mom is tired, but the kids won’t stop asking for more. She’s done pushing out of their way and rolling her eyes when they whine and complain about going to bed. No more letting them get away with it. Mom has had enough. It’s time for this mom to grow up, set some boundaries and finally have a good night’s sleep.
92. This mom is tired. And she should be. Moms are busy people and doing the job of being a stay-at-home mother, working father, or both requires a lot of energy. The days are long and the nights shorter than they should be.
93. This mom is tired. She takes her children to school and work, volunteers at the school, run errands and tries to make it home for dinner. She does this every day all day long.
94. This mom is tired. She’s tired of hearing that she needs help because she does. She no longer has the energy or strength to do things for herself so everyday tasks are getting harder for her. She’s even too exhausted to shower without a little help from her daughter.
95. This mom is tired of the cold and flu season and sick kids. She is tired of late-night sleepless nights. She’s tired of having to spend more time with her baby than with her family. She’s tired of feeling guilty for not loving every minute of her new role as Mom as much as she should – it’s just so hard sometimes!
96. As a mom, you should be able to feel energized at the day’s end. But with all the responsibilities of parenthood, it can be harder than ever to wind down and recharge. Take a deep breath and relax before you start the next day.
97. This mom is tired of being tired. She’s tired of feeling exhausted and worn down from the demands of her job, her family and the constant responsibilities that come with being a mom. She doesn’t want to feel like she’s falling short in any way. She doesn’t want to give up on herself or on her goals, even if she can’t seem to find time for them anymore.
98. Mom is tired. She’s tired because she works so hard, but doesn’t often feel as though she’s making progress. She wakes up early to make breakfast and school lunches, so you can have a healthy start to the day. She goes to work or works from home in small chunks throughout the day.
99. This mom is tired, but she still has to carry all the weight of being a parent and do everything that needs to be done. She deserves some love and affection!
100. This mom is tired of being shamed for not being perfect. She’s tired of feeling guilty for taking care of herself and getting enough rest. She’s tired of feeling like she has to play the martyr because she doesn’t want to appear selfish. She wants you to know that it’s okay to put her needs first so that we can all get back on our feet together.
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