Encourage support, not judgment, in the parental space

Have you ever experienced a moment when you were happily buzzing along in your parenting choices and then – WHAM! Someone completely knocks you off your rocker with a comment about your particular choice, whatever it may be, and questions the way you are parenting? 

I’m sure we have all had some sort of experience similar to this in some way shape or form. 

How can we end parent shaming?

I have already written two posts about my experiences with parenting, mommy wars, and feeling judged. In my continued partnership with Similac, now we are asking YOU to share your Mommy War Story in a short selfie-style video on the Similac Facebook page.

To show you how easy it can be, and to encourage you to share your story so more parents/moms/dads understand the effects of parent-shaming, I’ve created a video of my own. Check it out!

What’s your story?

Tell us your story about overcoming judgment or any challenges you face. Head over to the Similac Facebook page and share your story. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #EndMommyWars!

 

This is my third in a series of posts with Similac and their Sisterhood of Motherhood Program. You can find my first post, about Feeling like a Failure, here. My second post, about Mommy Wars, is located here. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. Similac believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. Find Similac on Facebook and YouTube.

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Did you enjoy this post? I would LOVE IT if you would come join the fun on The Mommy Bunch Facebook Page and tell us your story! 

Did you hate this post? You should totally come yell at me on The Mommy Bunch Facebook Page!

 

 

Jesica H

My name is Jesica and I'm happy to 'meet' you! I'm just living life and loving every minute of it! I try to not let things hold me down or hold me back, I just live! Here at The Mommy Bunch, I offer solid advice on all things parenting, household, and living life as a working mom.

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