All posts by Anonymous Mom
Anonymous Mom: I Failed At Breastfeeding, Even With 4 Different Lactation Consultants
I would cry and cry and cry about failing at breastfeeding. Between the pumpings at work, I would...
Anonymous Mom: I Hate That My Husband Smokes Pot
My husband and I have gone over this a million times. Sometimes he says he's done, he's just...
Anonymous Mom: I’m Scared I Might Have Postpartum Depression
I’ve had visions of horrible things happening to my baby. Seeing her drown. Falling off the balcony. Getting...
Anonymous Mom: My Racist In-Laws Get A Gag Order From Me Every Thanksgiving
I knew that I couldn't change their minds, but I certainly wasn't going to let them poison the...
Anonymous Mom: What I Wish I Could Post To Facebook About My Pregnancy
I wouldn’t screw around with this "everything changes" garbage, that’s for damn sure. I would keep it real...
Anonymous Mom: I Chose Single Motherhood & Have Been Branded A Shitty Mom Ever Since
As soon as I saw the red bar on the pregnancy test I knew I would be doing...
Anonymous Mom: I’ve Been Cheating On My Husband — For 3 Years
Maybe I should feel guilty, but I don’t.
Anonymous Mom: I’m Tired Of Feeling Grateful To My Husband For Marrying A Single Mom
Why is it that I need to feel grateful to a man for being a decent human being?...
Anonymous Mom: I Think My Teenage Son’s Friends Are Attractive
I always feel guilty and a bit creepy when I view these young men as being handsome....
Anonymous Mom: I’m Hiding My Daughter’s $300/Hr Voice Lessons From My Husband
Every week I do some mental mathematical aerobics. What can I cut out this week so I can...
Anonymous Mom: I Whacked My Neck-Biting Toddler — In Public
People stared and pointed. My parents looked stunned. My son? He just stared at me, aghast. The look...
Anonymous Mom: I Procreated With A Rich Man. And Then A Not So Rich One
I have one son, who is almost nine months and another daughter from a previous marriage who is...
Anonymous Mom: I Almost Called Child Protective Services On Myself
By the time we reached our place, I finally loosened my grip on my son’s arm. And then...