Once you become a mom, you realize just how little you knew about #momlife. Nothing can prepare you for the most amazing and toughest job of you life. Let's celebrate just how much wiser (and clueless) we really are. Here are things we never knew about motherhood before becoming a mom. 

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You'll never drink a warm cup of cafecito again. 1

You'll never drink a warm cup of cafecito again.

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We've all been there. You make a perfect cup of coffee and have to set it aside to take care of baby business. By the time you remember about your coffee, it's ice cold. Iced coffee, anyone? 

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Your baby will hate getting dressed and undressed. 2

Your baby will hate getting dressed and undressed.

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You pictured all the cute outfits you would put them in for a lovely photoshoot. The main problem is that they hate getting changed. It's a part of life! 

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Taking a shower will be your "you" time. 3

Taking a shower will be your

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And it'll feel like a trip to a spa! Even if you only have a few minutes to lather up and go. 

Everyone and their mother will want to touch your belly. 4

Everyone and their mother will want to touch your belly.

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And they won't ask before petting you. They should really make a "Please leave me alone. Can't you see I'm pregnant?" button. 

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You'll feel judged by other moms. 5

You'll feel judged by other moms.

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Whether it's the mom who feels she knows everything or the one that judges you for not breastfeeding, you'll always come across someone who thinks they wrote the best manual for parenting. 

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Sometimes you'll feel down, but it's going to be okay. 6

Sometimes you'll feel down, but it's going to be okay.

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You'll feel sad at times--especially while sleep training, but it's okay. The feelings won't last forever, but talk to a doctor if the sadness doesn't go away. 

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You'll always worry about your child. 7

You'll always worry about your child.

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When he starts sleeping through the night, you'll still get up and stare at the monitor to make sure everything is okay. You'll always worry about them--and that'll never change.