As mothers, we worry every day that we have irreparably damaged our children because we lost our tempers, or we were distracted when a child expressed a need, or we let them watch TV for too many hours. I think this is a common concern for all of us who take our parenting responsibilities seriously.
In the wake of our absolutely amazing Campaign for Judgement-Free Motherhood, our community has been discussing what it really means to be judgmental, at least in the context of parenting choices, and whether we should be careful not to judge the judgers for being judgmental.* Got all that? In other words, some of the not-so-nice
Things have been crazy busy with me. Between scoping out potential office space for my practice, keeping up with client phone calls and emails, trying to remember to bill people for my time (I have this thing about taking people’s money! It feels so weird!), and keeping house and home with two little ones, the
Saw this over on the HuffPost and had to share it here… Story from: The Huffington Post, By Emma Gray Apparently, feeding your child is something to be ashamed of — at least according to one district court judge. Michigan resident and mother of a 5-month-old baby, Natalie Hegedus, was reportedly “called out” for breastfeeding