Tag Archives: judgement

I was going to write this yesterday and title it something like, “Come at me, NURSE” but fortunately I’ve learned to cool off before I blog now (though sometimes I ignore that lesson). I went to a first-aid medical practice yesterday that I’ve visited quite a bit over the years. During the routine questions the […]

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I teared up when I read my friend’s status update on Facebook yesterday…  knowing how much Miranda has struggled with her son’s sensory issues lately, knowing how much that small moment really meant to her. Earlier this month, this same friend, on that same Facebook page, was called into question by someone for “complaining too […]

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If you’ve been checking in on my blog this week, you’re aware of the Valentine’s crazy crafty explosion up in here. You probably want me to shut up about Valentine’s Day already. I kinda do, too. I’m tired. But I just have one thing to say about all this. It started as a Twitter rant, […]

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Well, yesterday was quite the day. My post about letting my 12 month old “cry it out” got pretty much nothing but support over here, but it is STILL a bitch fest over on my Facebook page about it all (and many other FB pages, I’m sure, where I’ve been called a selfish bitch and […]

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Okay ladies and gents (are there any gents out there reading this?), we all know the world of parenthood is ripe with judgement. You can smell it’s thick vapors permeating off of mommy and me groups, and you can feel it’s heat and intensity in the sharp, unapproving glares from people in line at the […]

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