Being a Super Mommy Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be

There’s a mommy epidemic that’s been going around the nation lately. I read about it in blogs, hear it in news articles and see it with some of my own friends: the pressure to be a super mom. Not just a super mom – super woman. Before RJ was born, I almost succumbed to this mindset. And I was driving myself crazy. I finally reached a breaking point and realized that the image of a mom that society projects onto women doesn’t have to be the same mommy that I need to be. My ideal life slash version of mommyhood is different than perfection. And that’s ok...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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