Being a mom in any way is a blessing, and it’s beautiful and fun and so many other great things. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t also difficult, stressful, and most importantly, crazy.
As Mamas Uncut previously reported, actress Hilary Duff became a mom of three on March 24 after her and Matthew Koma‘s second daughter, Mae James Bair Koma, was born weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces. And becoming a mom has been blissful, wonderful, and also hectic with a side of “Woah.”
Hilary Duff Shares Moment She Realized Three Kids Was Going to Be ‘A LOT.’
In a hilarious video shared roughly three weeks after becoming a parent of three, Duff revealed the moment she realized having three kids was going to be “A LOT.” Now, brace yourself for a chuckle.
The video starts off with what seems like a peaceful panoramic view of their backyard when all of a sudden Duff’s oldest, 9-year-old Luca Cruz, is seen running into the frame while pulling something on a rope. Then, before you know it, Duff’s middle child, 2-year-old Banks, also comes flying into the frame while on a contraption that is tied to the other end of the rope.
And by flying, we mean it! Luckily, despite the tumble, Duff reassured her followers that Banks was both fine and laughing!
“This made me laugh so hard!!!! She’s hanging on tight!!!” one commenter wrote in response to the video. “She probably laughed the entire time and then told him to do it again,” another person added knowing full well how most kids react to these situations.
And another person joked, “When you’re the middle child…” So true! But perhaps the best part about being a mom of three is seeing your little ones smiling and loving on each other. And that is exactly what Duff is getting, at least some of the time.
So sweet…for now!
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