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  1. Mom With Five

    Oh, you are my man. I absolutely agree with you. As being a mom of five kids, my biggest lesson from my children: not to judge other moms… I don’t know their battles as they don’t mine.

    • marymozingo53@gmail.com

      Girl it took my having kids to realize not to judge other moms… five kids? My mom had 6… you are blessed and a strong woman at that!!

  2. cybella28

    Us moms need to build each other up as being a mom today is hard. There are so many people who have ideas on what we “should” do” With that being said I find when someone judges you it is about their limitations as a person and not yours.

  3. Yup, I totally agree with this — moms are amazing, and it’s not like any mom gets a “How-To” Guide for this, and so that’s one thing i truly respect! 🙂

  4. leahmlr

    That poem is too funny! You make such good points! I have to watch my thoughts because even though I’ve learned that I shouldn’t speak mommy judgments, sometimes they run through my mind, which is just as bad!

  5. Totally agree. As a mama of 4 I have had many a nights that have ended up in tears trying to keep up but then I thought wait whatever I do has to be to make sure my kids are happy. So Mom buns and even a messy kitchen will happen but memories I am creating will forever be more value then make sure everything is in place and if I can give some love to a new mama who is scared (I was SO one when I had my oldest) then We need support and love not noses up in the air as to who is the “best” mama..and with that I’m about to go make some box Mac & cheese for my kids for when they get home from school 🙂 lol

    • marymozingo53@gmail.com

      Haha I love everything you said Ellie! You are so right! Hope they loved their mac and cheese!

  6. I saw this great quote once that went something like, Raising my hypothetical kids was so much easier when I thought about being a parent compared to my reality.

    I don’t know why moms of all people judge others when we know how hard it is firsthand. Thanks for the reminder and post!

  7. I totally agree and the poem was right on point. We need the support of other mom in the good and the bad times to lift each other up not tear each other down.

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