Quiz: Am I Ready to Become a Mother?

Am I Ready to Become a Mother
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Last update: 26-05-2019
In just a few minutes, you’ll find out how prepared you are to become a mother. You will know if you have enough knowledge and will review some situations that new mothers face

You’re living your life, going to parties and hanging out with your friends from dusk ‘til dawn—enjoying your youth. But you’ve been thinking about having a child and now suspect that you might be pregnant. Do you remember how your friends’ lives changed after they had children?

Are you ready for motherhood? Do you understand what awaits you? Take the quiz and get your results in a few minutes for free without registration and SMS.

1. Are you squeamish?
2. Do you have a permanent partner?
3. Your pet is ill. Now, you have to wake up at night to give the pet its medicine on schedule. After a few days, you begin to feel that you are sorely lacking in sleep and your energy is zero. What are your thoughts?
4. Why did you decide you need a child?
5. How old are you?
6. What physical sensations and emotions to you associate with pregnancy?
7. How will your life change with a child?
8. Have you ever spent time alone with a little child?
9. Do your relatives support your decision to become a parent?
10. Have you ever been interested in any books or videos about parenting?
11. Do you want a boy or a girl?
12. How are your finances?
13. You bought the dress of your dreams and decided to wear it to go for a walk. At the very last moment, you accidentally spilled mustard all over your beautiful dress. What are your next steps?
14. Your neighbors decided to undergo a major household renovation. Every morning, you are rudely awakened by the harsh whine of a drill and fall asleep to the crushing blows of a hammer. How do you react?
15. Are you ready to take birthing classes?
16. Your friend asked you to babysit her 1-year-old baby for a couple of hours. How prepared are you?
17. What do you think about childbirth?