Jane tries to prove that motherhood isn't getting in the way of her work.
Emily tries to mold Jane into the perfect parent.
When Emily loses her beloved role as head carpool driver to a rival neighbor, Rosemary teaches her to get even; Jane is nervous when her boyfriend Shep wants to meet the kids, but she soon turns jealous over his excellent parenting skills.
Jane rejoins a kickball league at work to teach Annie a lesson about staying the course when she wants to quit karate; Emily and Jason worry about their son's imaginary friend; Rosemary stands out at a parenting seminar.
Jane and Horatio confront a bully at Annie's school, but the bully ends up teaching Jane a few tricks for managing her stress; Emily's role as head mom at the preschool is challenged by a new mother at the annual school fundraiser.
Rather than go on vacation, Jane stays at home with Sophie and realizes how overwhelming stay-at-home motherhood can be; Rosemary tries to show Horatio how much his services are really worth; Emily and Jason attempt an educational, cost-efficient stay-cation, much to their kids' disapproval.
Jane is back in the dating pool after a dry spell, Rosemary discovers the special attention pregnant ladies are afforded and Emily finds honesty is not always the best policy.
Megan Mullally brings this true-to-life depiction of motherhood to life.
It takes moments to conceive, 9 months to deliver, but a lifetime to deal with the results. Working mom Jane (Cheryl Hines), soccer mom Emily (Jessica St. Clair) and alternative mom Rosemary (Megan Mullally) are simply trying to navigate the pitfalls of parenthood without pulling their hair out. But sometimes the only thing worse than their children's behavior is their own.
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