It’s not just sleepless nights and diaper changes that run a new mom’s life. There are plenty of little habits that you unconsciously adapt on the job. Here’s a list of 13 things that new moms do — recognize any of them?

1. You have your “nice” sweatpants and your “around-the-house” sweatpants.

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Photo: Stephen Bowler via Flickr

2. The thought of using a Nosefrida doesn’t gross you out. 

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3. You have recently Googled an adjective or color followed by “baby poop.”
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4. You can identify the make and model of a stroller from across the street.

stroller-flickrPhoto: Serge Melki via Flickr

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5. Bottles are strewn all over your house and even your car, plus you were up half the night. It’s kinda like your college days, but without the hangover.

bottle-baby-flickrPhoto: Neeta Lind via Flickr

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6. You’ve taken more pictures than Ansel Adams on an excursion to the Sierra Nevada.

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Photo: Official US Navy via Flickr

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7. Your shirt is on backwards, or possibly backwards and inside-out. Or maybe you forgot your Snuggie isn’t exactly outerwear.

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8. You’ve gone through the 5 Stages of Hearing Elmo’s Voice — delight, disinterest, annoyance, rage and then resigned tolerance.

elmo-flickrPhoto: Erin Stevenson O’ Connor via Flickr

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9. A “vacation” is a 30-minute trip to Target … by yourself!

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Photo: Mike Kalasnik via Flickr

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10. You know all the infomercials aired on TV at 3 a.m. In fact you’ve seen them so many times, you’re starting to think you need to own a Boflex or, yum, five S’mores Wizards.

infomercial-flickr-smoresPhoto: Richard Kelland via Flickr

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11. You wear four tops at once so you never look like you’ve been drooled on.

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12. If you are missing your phone, keys or sanity, you better check the fridge because that’s where you’ve been putting stuff these days. 

brad-k-fridge-flickrPhoto: Brad K. via Flickr

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13. You single handedly sustain the economy with your late-night Amazon shopping sprees. The UPS guy is your new best friend. 

amazon-flickrPhoto: Carl Malamud via Flickr

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What kind of quirky habits did you discover yourself doing as a new mom? Let us know in the Comments section below.

— Ruby Germain, Phebe Wahl, Ayren Jackson-Cannady, Leah Singer, Erin Lem, Kelly Aiglon & Christal Yuen