As a blogging sort I spend a lot of time
With deadlines looming there’s absolutely only one thing to do – a quick ‘Which DC character are you?’ quiz (Batman of course).
Obviously, in the spirit of equality I must then do a ‘Which Marvel character are you?’ quiz (Thor – URGH, No one wants to be Thor) and then a ‘Which female superhero/villain are you?’ (Harley Quinn).
As you can tell, I love a good quiz, I always have.
It started with the Just Seventeen ‘What kind of friend are you?’ and spiralled from there.
In homage to my love of quizzes, I decided to create my very own.
So *drum roll* here it is, the one, the only, totally legit…
WHAT KIND OF MUMMY ARE YOU?
- You hear your child shout “Mummy” for the 73rd time that morning, you:
A) Reply “Yes darling?”
B) Mutter “FFS” under your breath then “yes?”
C) Shout “I’m changing my name and not telling you what it is” and stick a beer in the fridge to chill.
- It’s a rainy, Saturday afternoon, the kids are climbing the walls, you:
A) Do some crafting? You always have glitter, glue and pompoms in case of emergency.
B) Go to the park? It may be raining but there’ll be no queue for the swings and no OPC.
C) Put them in front of the TV? They can enjoy Cbeebies while you drink gin in the kitchen and remember when Saturdays were about shopping for clothes.
- You finally get a babysitter so you can enjoy date night, you:
A) Stay at home? You’re a family, you only do things as a unit now.
B) Go for a meal? You spend the whole evening talking about the kids and call the babysitter to check they settled.
C) Hammer the shots? You’re free! You’ll deal with the fall out tomorrow when the kids are climbing all over you.
- Your child wants a friend round for a play date, you:
A) Spend time planning a themed play date? Creating games, outfits and even themed food, all homemade of course.
B) Make a floor picnic? Maybe play some sedate party games too.
C) Buy a couple of pizzas? Drink wine downstairs whilst trying to ignore the banging and crashing upstairs as they clearly trash your house.
- Your child’s school PTA needs helpers, you:
A) Sign up for a variety of stalls? You’ll sell all your raffle tickets AND make enough cakes to single-handedly stock the cake stall.
B) Start with the best of intentions? You’ll plan to be parent A but in reality you’ll reluctantly sign up to help at the 11th hour after the third, desperate, email has been sent from the PTA.
C) Employ avoidance tactics? You spend a fortnight dropping your child off with the stealth of a ninja – avoiding all eye contact with PTA members and hiding behind trees. You’ll spend the school fayre having a pub lunch.
If you answered mostly A – Congratulations, you’re a fantastic mum, you have your child’s best interests at heart. You love them with every breathe you take and they know that.
If you answered mostly B – Congratulations, you’re a fantastic mum, you have your child’s best interests at heart. You love them with every breathe you take and they know that.
If you answered mostly C – Congratulations, you’re a fantastic mum, you have your child’s best interests at heart. You love them with every breathe you take and they know that.
You maybe drink a little too much though… We should meet up sometime!