Share your most Embarrassing / Funny Mum moments

Lately I have been thinking of all my embarrassing moments as a Mother. Probably because of all my fantastic fellow Mummy bloggers and their great posts and funny photo shares.

Over the years our kids have managed to embarrass us a lot. Ssh, don’t let them know because they may just try harder.

Last week Miss Moo and I had a sneaky visit to Bunnings. On our way out Miss Moo decided it was time to get out of the trolley and walk. Now this is fine and  Miss Moo was helping push the trolley until she decided that she needed to adjust her shoes right in the middle of the entrance aisle while insisting I assist her. So I did what every good Mum does and got down on the floor to help her. As I stood up I heard giggling and turned to see three teenagers looking in my direction. I felt a bit breezy around the back-end and reach around to realise that my Jeans were no longer covering my derrière  and my brightly striped underwear were showing. I quickly pulled up my Jeans and paid for my items in record time . Luckily Miss Moo is at an age that she isn’t embarrassed by me.

As I have got older I have found that I am not as embarrassed about things as I was when I was younger. I have also noticed that a lot of people seem to  worry less about embarrassing themselves as they get older. It’s almost like the filter has worn out for some people. I wonder if this will happen to Mr T & T and I , will we have the ability to embarrass our kids in public and not bat an eyelid (I say with a glint in my eye).

I am super excited this week to host my first competition on Facebook while also showcasing some stunning Jewellery.

The fantastic part is I get to offer you the chance to Win this stunning piece of Jewellery.

Share your Most embarrassing / funny  Mum moment for a chance to win.

Toddlers plus teens are excited to give you the opportunity to Win this gorgeous necklace. Thanks to my wonderful friend Samantha from Park lane Jewellery .

So how can I win you ask?

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1. Like Park lane Jewellery with Samantha Heinrich by clicking on photo above and going to her link.

2. Like toddlers plus teens on Facebook by clicking on photo below.

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3. Share competition with friends on your facebook page

4.  Share your funny / embarrasing mum moment or your mums moment on here or Toddlers plus teens on Facebook.

 

The Competition will run from Sunday the 19th of April 2015 – 2nd May 2015 at 11.00pm. Competition is only open to Australian residents and not affiliated with Facebook.

The winner will be drawn using Random.org . I look forward to sharing more of this beautiful Jewellery over the next few weeks .

Good luck.

Enjoy the moments

Jules x

9 thoughts on “Share your most Embarrassing / Funny Mum moments

  1. My mother went out of her way to embarrass me growing up, she still struggles to act her age and makes it her mission to act inappropriately when I’m around. I try not to react these days as I realise it only eggs her on but honestly enough is enough. My girls all think it’s a scream. I’m sure they wouldn’t be able to see the funny side if they weren’t so far removed.

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  2. I think all parents secretly love embarrassing their kids. My Dad used to love embarrassing all three of his daughters and tease us anytime a boy rang or visited the house. I think for that reason we always rushed to the phone or took our time introducing boyfriends to him! I can’t think of a particular embarrassing moment as a mum thus far, however I was always super scared of exposing myself to any delivery men whilst I was breastfeeding my tornadoes. In my sleep deprived haze there were many times I forgot to clip my top back up properly!

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  3. I have been told so many times over the years that my mum and I sound exactly the same on the phone. I didn’t really believe this until one day when I was 15 and the phone rang, I answered ‘Hello’ and was greeted by dad who said ‘Hey sexy – what you wearing?’
    Needless to say I promptly got mum and from that day answered with ‘hi this is Kell’.

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  4. I have been told so many times over the years that my mum and I sound exactly the same on the phone. I didn’t really believe this until one day when I was 15 and the phone rang, I answered ‘Hello’ and was greeted by dad who said ‘Hey sexy – what you wearing?’
    Needless to say I promptly got mum and from that day answered with ‘hi this is Kell’.

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  5. I have been trying to think of the best embarrassing story but there have been many. The tantrums in shopping centres, the kid that brings you their snot when you are talking to someone important. There are so many!

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  6. My 2 kids and I were in Big W, looking at sleepwear. My then 6 year old held up a nightie and read out the words “Grumpy Cow”. My 3 year old screamed out that they must buy me that nightie for Mothers Day because I am grumpy EVERY single morning and the picture of the cow looked just like mewhen I first wake up. One lady smiled at me, but another looked from the nightie, to me, and back to the nightie, as if she was realizing the connection. I bought the nightie!

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