supermom


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su·per·mom

 (so͞o′pər-mŏm′)
n. Informal
A mother who performs the traditional duties of housework and childcare while also holding full-time employment.

supermom

(ˈsuːpəˌmɒm)
n
informal US and Canadian an extremely capable and busy mother
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Noun1.supermom - an informal term for a mother who can combine childcare and full-time employmentsupermom - an informal term for a mother who can combine childcare and full-time employment
female parent, mother - a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother); "the mother of three children"
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Donna said: "You don't have to be supermom, I know myself that tiredness triggers my epilepsy.
Topics cover anything from Amal in Australia who decides to wear the hijab in high school although she is desperate to fit in, to supermom whose superpowers enable her to hide in her son's pocket as he goes to school to face his bullies.
Family matriarch Kris Jenner revealed recently that despite having the supermom image having given birth and raising six children, she actually had problems conceiving Kendall Jenner and decided to stop having kids after complications from her pregnancy with Kylie.
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Somehow, however, this Supermom and professional prodigy squeaks through most dramatic reversals with a cheerful and optimistic mien.
London, July 8 (ANI): Supermodel and supermom Claudia Schiffer has launched her new cashmere collection in Paris during Haute Couture fashion week with the hope that her brand will spice up the fashion taste of other mothers.
Clark's children were happy to see their morn on stage and, even if she didn't gain the top spot, she is still their supermom.
It would explain the unflappable, quintessential supermom response of our Secretary of State to international events.
Rania the superstar is also Rania the supermom and explains that she has spent the last few years focusing on her two young children who have needed her 'attention, guidance and love' adding that it has been difficult to be working at the same time.
But now that she's no longer a young mother, the actress who played this '70s supermom is looking to help people her own age--those as intimidated of technology as Jan Brady was of her perfect older sister Marcia.
Whether they want to be Beerman or Supermom or Captain Bob, they can develop their own superhero.