55 unique questions to spark fun conversation among moms
“I confess, I’ve allowed my kids to eat ________ to avoid a tantrum in the morning.”
“I confess, sometimes I _________ just to have a few minutes alone.”
“I confess, I’ve used my kids as an excuse to get out of doing ________.”

Moms Confess is a fun card game of conversation starters created by a mom for moms.
It’ll help you feel less crazy and more normal…and more connected to other moms just like you.

MY CONFESSION

“The unspoken rule in my house is that once the “baby” is asleep there is to be no toilet flushing ’till morning (unless there is a number two), no sneezing, coughing, nose blowing phone ringing or any such loud abrupt noises.

Overkill? Not at all, it’s just that my two year old “baby” hasn’t slept through a single night without me since he was born.”

My mommy motto is “whatever it takes” to keep them happy, quiet, full, entertained, etc.

MY CONFESSION

“I remember when my firstborn who was a toddler at the time threw a tantrum before school – he didn’t want to change out of his Elmo pajamas. I washed him up, put them back on and told his teacher I got the dates mixed up and thought today was pajama day. It was the only way to get to work on time. Whatever it takes.”

MY CONFESSION

“I remember when my firstborn who was a toddler at the time threw a tantrum before school – he didn’t want to change out of his Elmo pajamas. I washed him up, put them back on and told his teacher I got the dates mixed up and thought today was pajama day. It was the only way to get to work on time. Whatever it takes.”

Want ice cream before school, go for it, it’s dairy. Want to eat that before I pay for it, go for it just be discrete.

“I know I’m not a candidate for the mommy of the year award. I’m okay with that. I’m a married, working mother of two…by my count that’s 3 full time jobs. I haven’t slept one uninterrupted night in years.

I drink water because my organs depend on it but if I had it my way I’d alternate between coffee and sweet sugary high calorie cocktails.”

  • If you celebrate Mother’s day this game is for you!
  • Toss it in your purse and bring it to a play date or a moms night out.
  • It can be played with 2 or more moms.

  • Fun if you only have 10 minutes to spare or the luxury of an hour or more.

  • The rules are simple…  have fun, be honest and promise not to judge!

I hope this game brings much laughter,

loads of venting and lots of connecting!

Moms Confess, LLC
700 S. White Horse Pike #133
Somerdale, NJ 08083
info@momsconfess.com

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