Yummy Mummy, you sure are sexy. And sex is the only real power women have ever been allowed so I get how important that is to you.. to us.
Yummy Mummy, you are fashionable. In fact you are your very own fashion trend – women aspire to be you, but what I really meant is that you are up with the latest fashions and you know how to wear them. I get that too, following fashion trends makes you belong, it means you’re young.
Yummy Mummy, but you’re not usually as young as you look. That’s part of the celebration of you, Yummy Mummy. You’re a mother and you’ve still got it. Look at you. Anyone can be a super model at 26, but 36, hey you’re fabulous.
Yummy Mummy, how’d you get your pre-baby figure back so quickly? You are fit, healthy, and energetic – nothing slows you down. The median age of first-time mothers might be rising but it doesn’t mean you’re old Mummies.
Yummy Mummy, your baby is as cute as a button in its designer labels, who knew children would make such great accessories? Hey, you’re only kidding. You’re devoted to your children.
Yummy Mummy, you can do it all. You’re a walking advertisement for your own success. You must be clever, and well-organised, and disciplined to look this good all the time. Seeing as motherhood isn’t taken seriously as a job you’ve got to somehow make sure they don’t underestimate you.
Yummy Mummy, you are rich, there’s no doubt about it.
Yummy Mummy, you gave us something else apart from the frumpy hausfrau to want to be, yeah its liberation of a sort. Funny how we don’t feel so free.
Yummy Mummy, you’re in competition with all the other Mummies. You don’t seem to need friends. Anyway we cause less trouble if we’re fighting amongst ourselves, don’t we? Hate to have a little mother revolution here or something.
But Yummy Mummy, there’s just one thing I don’t know about you – are you happy?