It's almost Mother's Day. Yes, that one day to celebrate all of the millions of tiny, unnoticed things you do 365 days a year. I became a mom for the first time in early 2010. Eight years and three kids later, I've definitely had my share of parenting ups and downs. Every time I feel like I've mastered a stage that my kids are going through, another one comes up. Good nights of sleep are few and far between because someone is either waking up, sleeping in our bed, or I'm up worrying about them. Some days it feels like someone has been screaming, crying or whining at me every minute of the past twenty-four hours. It's true what they say: Motherhood is not for the faint of heart.