If you\u2019re a mom of three or four or maybe more, then you will agree with us on these myths. But if you are a new mom and you read from books and through the Internet, anything regarding your kids is going to help you, then you are wrong\u2014well slightly wrong. Because sometimes the tips are given work, sometimes they don\u2019t. It all depends on you and your kids actually.\r\nMyths #1: Your kids will listen to what you say if you tell them nicely\r\nWell, for one, that does not mean they are rude. Sometimes they just don\u2019t want to listen because you have told them countless times of the same thing. And they are getting tired of hearing it. So they chose not to listen. And yeah, we know, that\u2019s extremely annoying and rude, but think back on how you are going to approach them. They won\u2019t listen once or twice, but hey, we were once at their age too.\r\nMyths #2: You are going to buy only on the To-Buy list, nothing else\r\nJokes on you mothers, but no, seriously, you won't stick to that To-Buy list. Especially if you bring along your kids to the grocery store like Tesco or Giant. You are going to buy unnecessary things like junk foods, chips, cotton candy, yoghurt drinks and much more than that. The shopping list is the grocery essentials and leaves it to your kids to add something else to your shopping cart.\r\nMyths #3: You are going to have a \u201cme\u201d time while your kids are not home\r\nNo, you probably won\u2019t. You think you will, but no, sometimes you won\u2019t. As soon as your kids are not at home, you\u2019ll want to do the chores that you have been neglecting like clearing up the storage room. Or moping the stairs. Or going to the grocery store to add more stocks.\r\nMyths #4: You will have the time to do the laundry\r\nHate to break it to you new moms, but you won\u2019t. You are going to be so busy sometimes with your kids, your husband and your parents that you won\u2019t have the time to do laundry. Even if you do have time, you\u2019re going to have piles of clothes waiting to be folded or hang. That\u2019s the fact. And when you do have the time to be alone, look at myths #3. You are going to need that time alone to do all the chores including your laundry and folding the clothes.\r\nMyths #5: It\u2019s going to get easier once they are older\r\nTruth to be told, every stage and at every age, it\u2019s going to have a challenge or two. Even when you were a toddler, a tween or a teenager, you gave your parents a headache too so challenges? It\u2019s inevitable. That\u2019s the fun part in going through the journey of motherhood. Challenge after challenge. If you succeed in shaping them the way they are supposed to be and that means being the best that they already are, then give yourself a pat. But if sometimes you fail or stumbled along the road, then it\u2019s okay. No one is going to blame you or judge you. Just do your best. Nobody said being a mother is easy, but it is rewarding.\r\nMyths #6: You will only give your kids healthy food\r\nUnless you and your husband is a healthy food enthusiast, then this is not a myth for you. But if you don\u2019t practice this, it\u2019s going to be hard to make your kids eat healthily and feed them healthy food at the same time. You\u2019ll be grateful for that bag of frozen fruits and chips with those packets of biscuits that you bought from Tesco.\r\nMyths #7: Every tip\u00a0regarding motherhood and parenting works\r\nYou know this well, don\u2019t you? No, not every tip and tricks will work with you and your kids. Sleeping time is going to be hard, no matter how many times you look through that motherhood book guidelines on how to make your kids sleep, according to their time Potty training is not going to be easy no matter what the websites said. Some may work and some may not. What works for others might not work well for you so keep that in mind, new moms.\r\nMyths #8: You\u2019ll never say those clich\u00e9 parents\u2019 lines\r\nNo. You will. Maybe not all the phrases, but one or two you might. And you\u2019ll realize that you have become your parents and that\u2019s okay. So what if you said \u201cgo to your room now!\u201d when you don\u2019t want to? Sometimes they need to be said. It\u2019s okay to say, \u201cbecause I said so\u201d or \u201cI\u2019m your mother\u201d or even, \u201cI told you so\u201d once in a while. They\u2019ll get it and it\u2019s okay.