|Hi, Dominique and welcome to Writing.com
I came across your poem in the Read and Review section and wanted to share my thoughts.
I love the sentiment behind this. Kids change everything, don't they? I have three of my own and three grandchildren. I worked myself into disability to raise them, and I would do it all over again.
The poem reads well, though the meter is all over the place which does affect the flow. There is a great website that can help out when writing poetry https://www.howmanysyllables.com/syllable_counter/... It isn't perfect, I haven't found a syllable counter that is, but it is more accurate than most.
In this stanza:
Mom life once sounded outlandish and crazy
Not anymore, I love it, I was just being lazy
Only thing that's a bother is the nights that you holler
Precious, I wouldn't give it up, not for one-million dollar(s}! one million dollar sounds off even though it rhymes. You should add the s.
Overall, I really enjoyed your poem, I can tell it was written from the heart, and that makes it special. Thank you for sharing this with the community.