You know about, “The 12 Days of Christmas,” a series of grand gifts given on each of the 12 days during the Christmas season. But, do you know about “The 12 Moms of Christmas?”
The 12 Moms of Christmas are moms that symbolize every part of the holiday season. We can all find ourselves in one of the twelve moms of Christmas.
The 12 Moms of Christmas:
The First Mom of Christmas is the “Black Friday Ninja.”
She has color-coded excel sheets with a strategic, detailed plan to snag the best gifts at the best prices. She is a one-upper gift-giver. Dressed in yoga pants and sneakers at 5:00am, she hurdles shoppers face down on the ground and stiff-arms anyone in her way of the 40% off Hatchimal toy.
The Second Mom of Christmas is the “Elf on the Shelf Meltdown Mom.”
She struggles to deal with the pressures that come with Santa’s scout elf. She opens the front door and hurls the 14.5” elf and Christmas magic into the snow.
The Third Mom of Christmas is the “Perfect Ornament Placer.”
She has panic attacks watching her children place all the ornaments in the bottom, left corner of the tree. She bites her nails and sweats until her children go to bed and she can rearrange all the ornaments.She has panic attacks watching her children place all the ornaments in the bottom, left corner of the tree. She bites her nails and sweats until her children go to bed and she can rearrange all the ornaments. Click To Tweet
The Fourth Mom of Christmas is the “Christmas Cookie Addict.”
Cavities, tummy shapers, fig pudding cakes formerly known as her thighs, and broken scales. There is nothing that will stop this mom from sneaking those sweet treats, except for New Year’s Resolution- which she will push off until March.
The Fifth Mom of Christmas is the “Obsessive Hallmark Christmas Movie Watcher.”
Do not even think of changing the television channel. In fact, do not even go within a 2-foot radius of the remote. Just don’t.
The Sixth Mom of Christmas is the “The Holiday Fruit Tart.”
She is the sweetest thing since Buddy the Elf. From her overachieving decorated tacky Christmas lights house to her reindeer antlers and red nose decorated car, this mom’s holiday cheer is unrivaled.
The Seventh Mom of Christmas is “The Nutcracker.”
She vowed to love her husband in good times and in bad, but did not know that entailed the holiday season. Stressed and overwhelmed with holiday preparations, she finds herself saying, “I’m tired” more times than the radio plays “Feliz Navidad.” Instead, she finds love at the bottom of her Eggnog Moose Mug.
The Eighth Mom of Christmas is the “Christmas Card Queen.”
She takes 872 photos to find that one perfect photo for her Christmas card. Dressed in matching outfits, they pose for 2 hours to capture her “peaceful and happy” family, who was just screaming at each other (due to low blood sugar and no naps) seconds before the click of the camera.
The Ninth Mom of Christmas is the “Ugly Sweater Mom.”
This mom does not actually know she is the ugly sweater mom. It may look like she is on her way to an ugly sweater party when, in fact, she is literally just dressed in her normal, holiday attire.
The Tenth Mom of Christmas is the “Half-ass Jingler.”
Annoyed with the stress of the holidays, she puts out a few decorations and a fake smile for the love of her children. She doesn’t fret if the wrapping falls short on a present. She finishes the job with duct tape and a glass of wine from Wegmans.
The Eleventh Mom of Christmas is known as “The Christmas Coper.”
This is the mom who has learned to cope with the people she does not like. Maybe it’s an obnoxious cousin, in-laws, or a husband’s secretary who is wearing a tight red dress and jingle bell earrings at the company holiday party. The one-liner, “You serious Clark?” plays over and over in her mind.
The twelfth mom of Christmas is the “Countdown ‘til Christmas Mom.”
Oh does she love giving constant reminders how many days are left until Christmas! The countdown usually begins in July and holiday music blasts two minutes after Halloween ends. This mom offers reminders to other moms about how unprepared they are for the holidays. She triggers mommy breakdowns across social media with the tic tock of her clock.
So, now you know about The 12 Moms of Christmas. They symbolize the grand acts of moms during the holiday season. These moms plan and work hard all year, fulfilling obligations and running errands. They go to extremes in their own ways for one common purpose- the unforgettable joy on their child’s face.Which 12 Moms of Christmas are you? Click To Tweet
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