Me, too. In fact, I often think there should be a little asterisk below me reading *I'm not the grown-up in charge, I just play one in real life.
Especially when I first became a parent. I felt like I was stumbling through each day based solely on trial and error. The real moms, the ones who had it all figured out, what did they do?
When did they take showers?
How often did they actually mop the kitchen floor?
It's almost embarrassing that it took me several years to realize: I'm a real mom. And though it's a little scary, I'm probably an average mom. The way I'm doing things is probably something like the way it's getting done in lots of other houses, too. Maybe even yours.
I'm doing a Q&A today for the "real mums" series on What Katy Said. Visit me there and you'll learn two things: (1) there's no denying that I'm real, and (2) everything sounds better in a British accent.