Serena Williams has been so honest about her motherhood journey so far. She has been applauded by mums around the world for seeking help when she was feeling lost.

 

Being a mum is a learning process. We won’t know everything straight away, but it’s important to remember that it’s okay to ask for help.

 

 

She's like "Mommmmmmmmmmm my friends are looking" #freshfaces

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Taking to Twitter, the tennis champ admitted that there is one thing that she’s been struggling with since she welcomed her daughter into the world.

 

Serena shared a list of the major achievements she’s tackled throughout her life, “I've conquered a lot of things... blood clots in my lungs- twice... knee and foot surgeries... winning grand slams being down match point... to name just a FEW.”

 

However, there is one thing that the mum hasn’t been able to conquer. Forget about gruelling tennis tournaments and her difficult delivery experience, the one obstacle Serena can’t seem to pass is figuring out a stroller.

 

 

We’ve all been there Serena!

 

Many of us have experienced those moments when the buggy just doesn’t want to co-operate with us. We end up wrestling with the stroller and wishing we could wave a magic wand to assemble it.

 

If only we had a fairy godmother like Cinderella. If she could turn a pumpkin into a carriage, surely, she could assemble a stroller, right?

 

 

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Mums did their best to reassure Serena that she would get the hang of it eventually. She may not have magic powers, but many mums know a little bit of time and patience will do the trick.

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