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90s Moms Had it Made | #MOMTRUTHS

If we were 90’s moms I think we’d be have a whole lot easier, a whole lot better, than this 2000 junk that we have going on. 90’s mom’s had it made! MADE! They didn’t have to worry about any of the s*it we have to worry about now. You know what are some things that a 90’s mom would have never said? I’m sorry, is that all natural? Are there any sugars in that? Hey my car’s running with the kids in it, you think they’re okay? Uh oh! You’ve had too many Doritos. How old are you? What’s your credentials? Ooooh.. Sorry, I can’t leave my kids with anyone. Hey, hold back on those candy cigarettes! We can’t have a processed dinner. Are there nitrates in that? I gotta go do pilates. There’s too much sugar in that beverage! I know the doors are locked, I know there’s a fence, but if I can’t see you and hear you in the backyard then you’re too far. You know what a 90s mom would never say? What’s that? Soda’s just for adults. Stop watching that movie; you’ve had too much time in front of the screen. Aspartame is poison. Actually you can’t go on that play date because I don’t know the mom. You know you can’t play in the front yard because it’s dangerous and you can’t cross the street or walk to school. ‘Cus you know what 90’s mom would say? See you later! A 90’s mom would say, Come home when it’s dark. I’ll be watching my soap operas. Thank you. 90’s moms would never try and think of secret little hacks to make their life easier because your lives were already easy as far as I can see. You are so freaking right! They probably have their own hacks. There should be a book about 90’s mom “hacks”. We turned out pretty good, and you know what? We used to eat bologna sandwiches on white bread and you know what they say now? What? Full of bleach. Yumm. Chemichals are so good. Uhhh, I think this is actually from the 90’s. Why? Is it bad? Try it. You know what a 90’s mom would never have to worry about? A hundred calorie bags. A 90’s mom would never say… Why don’t we throw some chia in that? Gluten-free. You need 60 minutes of exercise every day! No, because we just got kicked outside. A 90’s mom didn’t have to worry about all the allergies before she packed a lunch. A 90’s mom didn’t have to worry about connector about baking or PTA. They just threw like some some Chips Ahoy on the way and and that was good enough. Being a mom was just good enough. Why do we make it so hard on ourselves? Who came up with all these theories on parenting and judgment and and mom shaming? Why!? It’s your call what you feed your kid. If we could go back in time, we would be 90’s moms. Oh my God. The jeans? They made room for the pooch. The shirts covered up everything! And all you needed for a hairdo was a bottle of aerosol hair spray! There was no one on facebook judging you for what you did. There was no on Instagram having better houses than you. The birthday parties were what they were. You went to them… I mean, I think you got a balloon and a cake and a happy birthday, you got a picture on the stairs and you were done. You know, I bet kids didn’t complain in the 90’s. They got everything they wanted. I bet they just were cool kids. I don’t know about you but I grew up in the 90’s and I think I look pretty good and I think I turned out pretty well.

49 thoughts on “90s Moms Had it Made | #MOMTRUTHS

  1. OMG…yes! Let's bring it back! I mean I know there's more research and social media and blah blah blah… but all the pressure is so unnecessary! I love you girls <3

  2. Doritos aren't allowed in my house because I will eat the entire bag before anyone else can touch them. There's not a shot in hell I could be a 90's mom for that reason only.

  3. I'm a mom of 3 boys and I absolutely love your videos!!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  4. Papa Don't Preach! That's my jam!!! I loved the 90's no form fitting clothes…never had to worry about a fat day!!

  5. Omg love!!!!!! My fav "everyone got their pic on the stairs" so true i remember doing that EVERY party! Most moms said "why are you guys inside!" Get outside and play!!

  6. I am totally a 90's mom!!!!!! I was an 80's /90's kid…my parents
    would send us outside to look for a Christmas tree (we live in Maine,
    tons of snow) They'd tell us not to come home until we found the
    perfect one. We got lost in the woods almost every year!!! And cell phones???? Yeah right!!!!!! We would call our parents collect from the school PAYPHONE, when prompted to leave your name we would say "come pick me up at school". Hahaha

  7. Hell yes !!Who bring all that ๐Ÿ’ฉ๐Ÿ’ฉfor doing our life more miserable ๐Ÿ˜ญ .But we eat Doritos and I never look the labels jaaa Why you careeee ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸผGood job guys

  8. hahaha! YAAAAS! I'm a 90s kid, and yes, all the sugar and outdoor play as we wanted! No need to schedule playdates, just walk outside, or ride a bike and find someone to play with. Moms had it made with macaroni and cheese for dinner every night, we made our own breakfast amd lunch. oh, and pizza rolls! every meal was either a sandwhich or microwaveable. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ we need to bring it all back, including pony tail scrunchies!

  9. pretty accurate, although my mom did check the sugar content on things. I couldn't get any cereal where sugar was the top two ingredients so I was pretty much limited to Honey Nut Cheerios which had it third.

  10. I wish I was a 90's Mom! Drank from a hose, climbed trees, rode bikes without helmets, played outside until porch light came in. Good ol days. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  11. Love it! My lunches consisted of a rotation of wonderbread sandwiches with butter and a slice of kraft cheese or a slice of bologna! With a side of fruit roll-up to wash it down!

  12. So true, I was a 70's kid, grew up in the 80's. 90's was adulting, dating, marriage…1st child 1999. 2000+ ugh…I desperately would love to go back in time., and start earlier.

  13. Dad's life hacks: use a sports horn that can be heard anywhere in the neighborhood to call the kids home. It really worked too! we heard that sports horn, we got ourselves home within minutes!!

  14. 90's mom could drop off cupcakes , have Halloween, Thanksgiving Play, Christmas play, Valentines, AND invite who you wanted, trophy's for whole team at school

  15. Pretty good job but you are off on the date. I was a 90's mom ('96 and '98) and I did all of this except the gluten free part. I think 70's or 80's is more accurate!

  16. you girls are so right! โคโค loved this one! I definitely feel like I'm raising my kids in the wrong decade!! ๐Ÿ˜‚not fair!

  17. Girls, I just have to say- you two are first ones to make a video that has moms who are just like me! You two are fucking awesome! This is my first video that I have watched of you guys and I can't wait to watch them all! If you ever need a celebrity guest in your show, I'm your girl lol!

  18. I love the video I subscribed โค I always tell my mom she had it easy cause my siblings are having kids now. All I know is once I have kids in the future I'm gonna raise them like that and everything about it because life was so much easier and better ๐Ÿ˜‚โค๐Ÿ‘‘

  19. So even an early 2000 s Mom was fine with a lot of this LOL It's the damned internet that screwed up our lives. First born was in 2002, second in 2004 but 3rd is 2010… SOOO different for the last one, well when I compare to other mom's who's first child was born after the internet I would say.

  20. Proud to be a 90's raised kid! I remember we always found something fun to do outside and the be home before dark rule. The 90's were definitely the best!๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™

  21. Great job ladies! We did all think the world was gonna end in the year 2000… or at least every single computer would shut down….permanently. Y2K.
    Maybe thatโ€™s why we were more like โ€˜Yeah… let your hair downโ€™…
    I think in some ways iPads etc make the โ€˜down timeโ€™ w kids MUCH easier. Omg!
    But the flip side is protecting kids online.

  22. So true IDK my mom seemed like the perfect mom to me in the 90s, she never complained she made it look so easy, she would wake up super early to do her vcr work outs and if I woke up she would have me get on her back to make her work out better for her. She didn't look at us as a challenge she made it look so easy to be a mom. Then as soon as me and my 3 brothers turned into teens she slowly couldn't handle it. My youngest brother just turned 13 he's the last of my siblings still at home and idk she just didn't handle him the same way when we were little. But with my son she is back to the easy care free easy thing, she loves being a grandma. I think its as soon as we pass the age of idk 12 she doesn't know what to do. but as soon as we were all adults it was easy again me and my other 2 brothers are in our 20's, and we are all close to our mom again only one she is having trouble with is the 13 year old the baby of the family. And I think your right as soon as your not a 90s mom anymore its sucks. I feel bad for my mom and I feel bad for me too being a mom in the new age. I wish I could of been a mom in the 90s.

  23. My mom would say "HEY, YOU! QUIT EATING ALL MY G*****N DORITOS!!", "GET OUT OF MY F*****G OREOS", or my favorite, "Which one of you little sh*ts drank all my Mountain Dew???!" My brothers put her through hell and back. Damn I miss the 90s… ๐Ÿ˜

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