To the mom next to me

I see you looking at me wondering why I’m doing the things I’m doing. Wondering why my kid isn’t talking yet. Wondering why I’m so down and wondering why I’m feeding my kid snacks. Wondering why my kid is laughing hysterically but not talking. I see you making faces and holding your baby tighter. Wondering why my kid just sat in the middle of the ground not wanting to walk and screaming his head off. I see you looking and wondering why my kid doesn’t match today.

I’m not a horrible mom. We aren’t any different than you but you choose us to be by looking at us like we are from mars. We all are the same; we all need each other to come together and learn this together. We need to appreciate the moms regardless of what their kid looks or acts like. We all are in this together.

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Can we all stop judging moms? It hurts. Motherhood isn’t easy and never will be. We adjust and adapt, we go through hell. It hurts. We take things so personal. We want the best for our kids. We want them to be happy and successful. We don’t want them to grow up.

So next time you look at a mom or want to judge her stop. Sit next to her and ask her how she’s doing. Tell her she’s not alone and offer her a hand when her kid is screaming at the top of his lungs. Be kind to one another and stop the judging.

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