What do you get from Mom Shaming?

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10 Responses

  1. Dominika says:

    As for me I believe that breastfeeding your child should be your choice and it’s OK if you don’t. Thanks for sharing.

    http://dominikagoodness.blogspot.com.ng

  2. AllMyDeals says:

    Interesting take on a sensitive topic

  3. Victoria says:

    There is truly no hard and fast rule to being a mummy, true. The most important thing is for your baby to be happy.

  4. Lacy Ngo says:

    Yes! Let’s support each other, moms!

  5. I’m not a mom yet but from movies I’ve seen how harsh it can be in the mommying world. Good luck to you!

    People will always have something to say. It’s our job to weed out the useless advice and keep what’s important and useful.

    http://thewiselark.karlacruzado.com

  6. Moms are one group that is a microcosm of the society as a whole.
    When a society behaves a certain way, sub-groups do as well.

    Unhappiness and competitiveness drives a lot of what people do.

    I can only offer: Search until you find Your tribe.

  7. I fully agree, before I was a mom, I’d look at other moms, and think to myself, “what is she doing!? I’d never do ________!” Now that I’m a mom, I try to curb those thoughts, because I know that we are all just trying to do the best we can. Every mom is different, and we all have different upbringing, and parenting styles.

  8. Aradhana says:

    I hate judging other moms . In fact this is a topic I am writing about because I strongly feel no one has the right to judge anyone.

  9. Vicki says:

    I can’t stand mum shaming, I’ve done it all differently ways from cloth nappies and disposeable ones breast fed and bottle fed, dairy and non dairy it’s all up to you what works best!
    Overall a brilliant post xx

  10. Our behaviors rub off on our children. We must exhibit the behaviors we expect. Momshaming has no place in that.

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