What kind of mother will you be?

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Thinking about having kids but not sure if you're the motherly type? This quiz will help you decide if you should really be popping them out!

  • 1
    How do you feel about babies?
    They disgust me. Pooping, screaming, squirming lumps that demand constant attention.
    They're OK, as long as they mind their manners and don't pull my hair too hard.
    I'm...hesitant to go near them. I'm a little intimidated by the energy.
    BABIES! So cute!
  • 2
    Wait, let's go back a few steps. How do you feel about pregnancy?
    I'm being eaten from the inside by a parasite, growing bigger every day within me, feeding off of my energy and life force!
    It's worth it, I'm sure.
    It looks pretty uncomfortable. Probably don't want to get that fat.
    The miracle of life! I'm honored to have the capacity to give birth.
  • 3
    And the next step...giving birth? How does that make you feel?
    The most excruciating pain imaginable. Who could possibly survive an enormous creature ripping them apart as they emerge?
    If all the mothers in the world have done it...I can too!
    I LOVE pain!
    The blood and screaming definitely puts me off.
  • 4
    So the baby's been born. What is this like?
    It will be the joy of my life, and tending to it will be my deepest pleasure.
    My mom did it for me. I should give back to the world.
    Little baldy sucking at my nipple, screaming through the night, and making messes in new and exciting ways every day? Nope.
    Yeah, it'd be pretty tough. I don't know if I can handle changing diapers.
  • 5
    Little toddler! What does this suggest?
    I'm sure I can start them off right at an early age!
    The terrible twos are awful, so I hear.
    They just say the darnedest things, the little tykes!
    Running amok, falling in buckets, chanting nonsense and throwing tantrums. That's what they do.
  • 6
    First day of school! How do you respond?
    Time to buy back to school supplies! I should probably start making lists!
    YES! I'm finally rid of the fiend! Shove it on the bus and maybe it'll get lost on the way back!
    *Sniff!* My little baby growing up so fast! The first day is such a touching moment!
    I don't want to deal with the bullies and the homework.
  • 7
    Those teenage years! How will you deal with them?
    I'll help him/her get through these years of angst.
    She's putting on makeup! He's discovering porn! Oh, the new found freedom!
    It's getting a little harder to connect. He/she keeps taking the car out all night.
    Sulking. Bitter. Rebellious. He/She hates me and I hate him/her.
  • 8
    Oh, hey, the father up and ditched you. What do you do?
    Times are hard. I don't know how I'll pay for food now.
    I didn't need him anyway. I love my little angel more than anything else in the world.
    Well, I give up. There's no way I can support this thing on my own. Send it off to the baby snatchers!
    I'm sure I can get by on my own.
  • 9
    Let's try a scenario. Imagine you're on the phone with a very important client when your child runs up to you with a bloody nose. What do you do?
    Slam the door and ignore him/her. I'm on the phone! He/she can deal with it on his/her own!
    Drop the phone and rush my beloved off to the hospital! You can never be too careful!
    Finish the conversation and then give him/her some tissues. It's not that bad.
    Tell the person on the other end to wait. I have to deal with an emergency at home.
  • 10
    And for the final question! What are your reasons for having children.
    It was a mistake, but I'll keep him/her anyway.
    I wanted to start a family, and I think this will bring some joy to my life.
    I just wanted to pass on my genes. I don't care what happens to the thing once it's born.
    I adore children and I want something to love and care for.