There’s been a point in time where we question our own parenting. Were we loving enough, were we patient enough, do our kids eat healthy enough or eat enough in general? “If you are worried that you’re not a good parent, trust me, that makes you an amazing parent”.

We all fight our own internal battles to do right by our kids, but its become a crazy judgmental battle to also have to handle all the mommy shaming! Who knew Jenny at the park could and would have an opinion on my kids clothes, or the fact their hair wasn’t done. And don’t get me started on Stephanie at preschool giving me a dirty glare for breastfeeding. This seriously has to stop NOW! Stephanie Barnhart wrote a great article on some of the top Mommy Shaming topics and you can read the whole thing here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/mommy-nearest-/5-mom-shaming-trends-that-need-to-stop-now_b_6035514.html