Topic: being a mom

Someone Did A Study And It Looks Like Babies Are Racists

Someone Did A Study And It Looks Like Babies Are Racists

If you’ve always suspected that their was something a little more sinister behind the adorable, long-lashed eyes of babies, or wondered if babies were just a tiny bit evil (why else would they barf on your last clean shirt as soon as you put it on?) it turns out that you aren’t as crazy as people probably insist that you are. In fact, it looks like babies are racists. Tiny, adorable racists. More »

These Stupid Stock Photos Prove All Parents Love Shoving Their Babies In Buckets

These Stupid Stock Photos Prove All Parents Love Shoving Their Babies In Buckets

Oh for the love of Anne Geddes it’s another round up of totally stupid stock photo images that I always run across when trying to scour our photo websites for relevant images I can use to illustrate all of the hard-hitting journalistic masterpieces I post for you guys here. I don’t know what asshole decided to stick a baby in a bucket, but you assholes need to totally start doing this. More »

Social Media Makes Me Feel Like An Utter Failure

Social Media Makes Me Feel Like An Utter Failure

We have all been there. It is 10 AM and a very slow morning. The kids have a snow day and you are wondering  just what to do with them. You are seriously dragging as you were up a little too late watching the Housewives argue on Bravo. In spite of the exhaustion, kids are dressed. They are fed (somewhat).  And you are proud. You still manage to hold on to your title of Supermom. That is, until you see that pic. The one that ruins your day. A  Facebook friend just posted a photo of a gorgeous display table in the theme of Frozen. There are snowmen and princess cupcakes and colorful cake pops. Everything looks beautiful and perfect, with little coordinating handmade tags. You try not to panic. More »

Anonymous Mom: I’m A Mom, Your Neighbor, Your Friend And A Drug Addict

Anonymous Mom: I'm A Mom, Your Neighbor, Your Friend And A Drug Addict

You know me. You trust me. I’m a normal-looking stay at home mom who seems to do the best things for her kids. I nursed my babies. I fed them organic baby food. I dressed them in adorable outfits. But, if I’ve been in your home (and why wouldn’t I be?), I’ve tried to steal or have actually stolen from you. I’ve looked in your medicine cabinets, your nightstand drawers, your linen closets – anywhere and everywhere I could think of that could contain drugs. I am white. I seem totally in control. I could be your sister, your friend, your neighbor, or the mother of your kid’s friend. And I am a drug addict. More »