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Mattea Goff is a new mother from Texas who truly understands the struggle of trying to get a full nights sleep with a new baby demanding your attention.

Her husband, on the other hand, hasn't been having such a hard time.


To work out her frustrations, Goff began doodling a small comic. She then posted her comic to Facebook.

A lot of moms must have empathized with her drawings—Goff's post has now been shared 200k times!

Goff's comic tells the story of a tired mother who has woken in the middle of the night by a demanding newborn.

Once she was done, Goff showed the drawings to her husband.

Goff said:

"I started drawing one picture and it turned into a bunch more."
"I handed it to [my husband] and he laughed, he got it."
"His reaction was pretty funny."

All these comics are, of course, based on the true story of Goff's daughter, Aurora, waking her up for food.

Meanwhile, her husband sleeps on, undisturbed.


Aurora even spits up in the bed.

All while Goff's husband snoozes away in blissful ignorance.



Finally, Goff's husband awakes, refreshed and ready to greet the day. Sadly, Mattea isn't quite so well-rested.

Goff shared:

"This is just one of those truths that everyone can relate to."
"Even if you're not nursing in bed, newborns all sleep the same way, need to be fed, changed and are spitting up and the majority falls to mom."
"It doesn't mean we can't be tired and cranky."


Facebook moms could definitely relate.


And they let Goff know.


There's something funny about the phrase "useless nipples."



Although one user suggested a use for them.



Hopefully, Mattea will be able to get some rest before Aurora reaches her teen years.



Fathers of the world, wake up and give your wives some sleep!



They deserve it.



In case you were wondering, here's a picture of Goff and her family in real life.


They probably don't look so adorable during late-night feeding sessions, but there's no denying they've got the cute factor on their side!

Congratulations on drawing an awesome comic, Mattea!

We hope Aurora is so excited for you that she sleeps straight through the night very soon.


H/T - Yahoo, Facebook

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