To All The Moms We've Judged Before

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Let’s face it — we have all judged another mom at least once in our lifetime (or perhaps today). Whatever the reason was, it’s time to stop the madness. This mom business is NO JOKE. We are all just trying our best here — SO (kindly) BACK OFF!

Repeat after me:

To the moms who buy organic — I will not judge you.

To the moms who don’t buy organic — I will not judge you.

To the moms who breastfeed in public — I will not judge you.

To the moms who don’t breastfeed at all — I will not judge you.

To the moms who feel comfortable wearing a bikini — I will not judge you.

To the moms who keep their t-shirt & shorts on at the pool or beach — I will not judge you.

To the moms who can’t make it to the school event because you are working — I will not judge you.

To the moms who stay at home — I will not judge you.

To the moms whose tires are screeching in the school parking lot as the bell rings — I will not judge you.

To the moms who make fresh baked goodies for the bake sale and “seem” perfect — I will not judge you.

To the moms whose child is getting in trouble at school — I will not judge you.

To the moms whose child is involved in every activity and “seems” perfect — I will not judge you.

To the moms who yell — I will not judge you.

To the quiet moms — I will not judge you.

To the happily married moms — I will not judge you.

To the single moms — I will not judge you.

To the moms who made a mistake — I will not judge you.

To the moms whose kid made a mistake — I will not judge you.

To the moms that are too hard on themselves — I will not judge you.

To the moms in the grocery store just trying to keep it together — I will not judge you.

To the moms with tattoos — I will not judge you.

To the moms who cuss — I will not judge you.

To the moms that feel like everyone is judging them — I will not judge you. You are loved and important.

Pass it on!

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