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Chrissy Teigen at the grocery store is the definition of #momlife

Chances are, grocery shopping isn’t your favorite task on your to-do list. When you have little ones, it can be a challenge to get out of the house and keep them entertained during a grocery outing—but we all have to do it at some point, even celebrities.

Chrissy Teigen was photographed in the grocery store in an oh-so-candid moment and shared the paparazzi shot on Instagram. 😂

“I used to assume people who got photographed in grocery stores weren’t really buying stuff they like and were getting paid for something but turns out the paps actually come inside the grocery store and capture your most intimate grocery cart items this is a travesty #TOOINTIMATE #KEEPCARTSPRIVATE #SACREDSPACE.”

She’s caught mid-milk aisle. Her cart is full with a box of Cap’n Crunch front and center, her eyes are shut, hair in messy bun, and baby Luna is eyeing the food.

We can *so* relate. Sometimes a mama just wants to run in the grocery store, grab what the family needs, and get out without running into anyone or having to explain why our sugary guilty pleasure is in the cart (looking at you, Cap’n Crunch).

In recent months, Kristen Bell shared her experience of being ‘assaulted’ by her toddler with stickers as she’s grocery shopping and Pink broke down in tears with a fellow grocery-shopping mom about how hard motherhood can be.

Fortunately, we aren’t being followed around by paparazzi, but if we don’t want to potentially run into our daughter’s preschool class mom or have to put on real clothes, we’ll gladly pay a little extra for that delivery service—and not feel one bit guilty about it. Because that’s worth our sanity. 😉

Kaitlyn is the Web Editor for Motherly and is obsessed with all things editorial. Her experience centers around curating content, crafting social strategies and editing words for women-centric content. She resides just outside of NYC.

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