Letter to Santa from a crazy mother | A letter that all mothers wish they could write

letter to santa

Letter to Santa from a crazy mother | A letter that all mothers wish they could write

Hi Santa,
I write this letter to you hiding in my secret hideout place (my awesome washroom), the lights are shut (so my girls wouldn’t know I’m in here), and my phone’s torch is being used along with my daughter’s crayon that I just smuggled out of her precious crayon box.
My heartbeat is high as I really want to finish this letter before #my2muffins find me hiding in here.
I have tried to be a sane mother during this past year. It’s been a crazy year for me, handing two kids.
But I nearly managed to keep my girls happy and be a good mommy to them.
I have fed them well, kept them clean and taken them for fun drives, crazy Park rides and tons of other children’s events.
I haven’t seen my doctor even once, even when I was just not able to get up from my bed. However when my daughters fell sick I  ran to the doctor like a headless chicken. 
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I am not usually the kind,  who would request for something.  I don’t really believe in materialistic pleasure. 
My daughter’s letter to Santa inspired be to make an exception this year. 
OK!  So my list is kind of long… So please hold yourself and grab a seat Dear Santa.
Kindly find below the list of my requests:
1. A new brain: Yes!  You heard it right,  I badly need a new brain.  I’m totally done with being a forgetful woman.  I do manage to multitask,  but I feel this is draining me out.
I open the refrigerator and forget why I opened it.
I enter a room and forget why I did so.
I go to the kitchen and forget why I went there.
I pick up my phone and forget what I wanted to do with it.
Trust me Santa,  my list of forgetful moments is long enough to fill each and every page of an encyclopaedia. 
I would be grateful if you could grant this wish.
2. A new pair of strong legs: I wouldn’t mind any colour,  but would be happy if I could get a pink one,  knowing my daughters’ obsession for the colour pink. Maybe then they would stop pulling my legs, which they do all the time.
3. An extra pair of stronger arms: My arms have lost its strength,  exactly why babywearing comes to my rescue.  I can’t hold my baby more than a minute,  if incase I forget to step out of my house without it.
I’m not sure if my addiction to babywearing is the reason for this or incidences like these are: When I step out of the car after returning from a party,  I wear my little one in the carrier,  pick up my huge travelers bag kind of mommy bag on my shoulder.  Pick up the back gifts with the other hand,  and manage to pick a few balloons that my girls get from almost all the parties. And then my elder one makes a puppy face and tells me how tired she is,  and asks me to pick her up too.  Dear Santa,  I still manage to pick All of them together,  but by the time I reach my house on the first floor,  I fall on my bed like a dead log. 
A new extra pair of hands which could act as an extention to my body,  would work wonders for me.
4. An extra pair of ears: It’s been long since I have heard my favourite music. I loved listening to music  with my headphones,  with the volume super high.  Now I can’t even think of doing it,  because if I do it I would miss my elder daughter’s infinite number of questions or miss my little one’s crying.
If you grant my request for an extra pair of ears, I could manage to listen to my girls and my favourite music,  all at the same time.
I know I’m a bit late to request for so many things from my wishlist,  and you might be busy with similar requests from many moms around.  If you wouldn’t be able to grant all,  I would quite well understand.
I got late because I couldn’t find lone time to write to you.
Incase you can’t fulfill my wishlist,  please please consider giving me just one thing: and that is Time. 
Time to be able to poop without the fear of the door breaking down due to the banging…
Time to have a shower without the need to rush out,  because of the girls wanting to use the washroom at the same time…
Time to watch my favourite shows on the television without the girls wanting to poop,  pee or feeling hungry at the same time…
Time to go on a date with my husband without  the fear of the glass being broken, or cutlery poking someone’s eye…
So,  you take a call dear Santa. 
I give you two options,  either the entire wishlist or just the TIME..
I would be glad if you could get back to me at the earliest, so I could work on my next year’s wishlist for you.
Mom of two crazy girls
P. S.  Incase you can’t give me anything from the above you may choose to pay for the cruise trip I was planning to go for with my husband and kids. 
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  1. This is hilarious and so very true. I guess we all have this letter somewhere hidden inside us. The only thing I could have asked Santa was Time..lots and lots of Time.

    1. Thanks for reading the letter and sharing your thoughts. It’s great to hear that you found it relatable and funny. Time is a valuable resource, especially for parents, and it’s important to find ways to make the most of it.

    1. Thank you for reading the article and sharing your comment! It’s great to hear that you enjoyed the wishlist and that baby wearing has been helpful for you as a mother. It’s always nice to find products that make our lives easier and more comfortable.

    1. Thank you for reading the article and sharing your comment! I’m glad you found the list of gifts helpful and relatable. While it may not be possible for Santa to grant every wish, it’s important to take time for self-care and prioritize our own needs as mothers.

    1. Thank you for taking the time to read the letter and share your experience as a parent. It’s great to hear that things have gotten better for you in terms of having enough time to use the bathroom. Every child and family is different, so it’s important to find what works best for you.

    1. Thanks for your comment! I’m glad you enjoyed reading the article and found it relatable. It’s always fun to see what other people consider to be their daily essentials. Thanks for taking the time to read and leave a comment!

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed the post and could relate to the list! It’s always nice to know that we’re not alone in our struggles and that we can find humor in our common experiences. Thank you for reading and for your kind words! ❤️

    1. I’m so glad that my post made you smile! Sometimes, a little bit of humor can make a big difference. And don’t worry, you’re not alone in wanting a new brain and a pair of new legs – I think we all could use some upgrades from time to time!

    1. Thank you for your kind words and for taking the time to read my post. I also hope that every mother’s wishes are fulfilled and that they feel appreciated and loved every day.

    1. Haha, I think many parents can relate to wanting an extra pair of arms! It’s amazing how much there is to juggle when taking care of little ones. But I’m glad you enjoyed the letter and could relate to it!

  2. Thats a cute letter to Santa. I am very happy to read that you didn’t ask everything for your girls. Otherwise, we moms keep our kids first. Its not wrong but sometimes we also need to be pampered. Right?

    1. Thank you for reading and commenting on the post. Yes, as a mom, it’s important to prioritize our own needs and self-care along with our kids. It’s all about finding a balance and taking care of ourselves so that we can take care of our little ones better.

  3. Hahaha, I was laughing throughout! Sorry, but I actually started imagining you in pink legs. Jokes aside, you’ve done such amazing work despite handling two kids. I’m sure Santa will grant you something, if not you’ll forget it anyway, no? 🙂

    1. Haha, yes, pink legs would be quite a sight! And thank you for your kind words. I hope Santa does bring me something, but you’re right, even if he doesn’t, I’ll still be grateful for everything I have.

  4. Hahahahha. Oh yes we all need a new brain for sure. I love the place you are writing the letter from. I’m sure I would do the same. Hahahaha. May all your wishes come true.

  5. Hahaha! That’s a fun letter which would make even the Santa chuckle.
    I can relate to all your wishes! Hope the dear old Santa fulfills all of them.
    Your daughters are real cuties!! God bless them!

    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comment! I’m glad you enjoyed reading my letter to Santa, and I’m sure he would get a chuckle out of it too. I’m hoping he can grant at least a few of my wishes, but I’ll be happy with whatever he can manage. And thank you for your kind words about my daughters, they are truly the light of my life. Wishing you all the best!

    1. It’s always nice to have a little fun with wishlists and dreams, especially during the holiday season! Hopefully, your wish for some extra help will come true in some way, whether it be through the kindness of family and friends or other means.

  6. Aww such a cute letter and relatable too. Indeed being a mom is most beautiful experience of any women’s life but at the same time it is equally challenging too. We mothers need extra pair of legs, arms and ears. Like you I m also craving for some uninterrupted me time. Especially during this pandemic, taking out that has become next to impossible.

    1. Thank you for your kind words and for sharing your thoughts on the letter. Yes, being a mom is a beautiful yet challenging experience, and it’s important to take some time for ourselves whenever we can, even if it’s just a few minutes a day. Hopefully, we can find more ways to balance our responsibilities and our own well-being.

    1. Glad you found it funny! It’s always nice to have a bit of humor, especially during the holiday season. And having a nanny who loves and cares for your kids as much as a family member would be amazing. It’s important to have reliable help and support when it comes to raising children.

  7. Hahahahha you have asked for what every mom needs I guess. I need a clone of my self who can get up and do my work while I can relax a bit. Hope Santa grants your wishes and while they seem a bit tought …. for sure he can squeeze in some extra time for you.

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