The February Mommy Moment of the Month
February came and went so fast that I almost forgot to tell you about one of the best mommy posts I read last month!!
I LOVE reading about Mallory’s Motherhood Lamentations.
It’s refreshing about her joys, struggles and humors of being a lover and mother. She’s honest and hilarious! I’m always entertained when I’m doing my routine stalk visit. But most of all I love how real and candid she is. It really is opening my eyes to the not-always-rosy side of motherhood. But she still claims her kids are better than yours (not mine) haha, see here.
I’ve been blog stalking her for a little while and when I came across this post, I ABOUT died laughing. She talks about an experience at a restaurant when she’s trying to feed her screaming baby while everyone in the restaurant is staring at them rudely. But what does she do? She doesn’t excuse herself or ignore the rude people, she CALLS THEM OUT! You go girl!
No really, I think this is one lesson and story I want to remember so if I breast feed and I’m in this situation I can do the same thing! Tell ’em like it is hunni… That’s what they get!
But her pain = my pleasure, therefore gets here this awesome award! Congrats Mallory and thanks for taking one for the team!
If you have a post you’d like to recommend for this month let me know in the comments section or email me at babymakingmachine (at) gmail (dot) com.
WOW! Thank you so much! I’m flattered. I never thought I would be so cool in the blog world to get an award! (It’s been a good blog week for me, ’cause I won a free giveaway over on MMB, too!) Thanks again, and I’ll put a link up for you!
I can totally relate to the people staring while you nurse thing. What a joke. People are seriously so rude sometimes. Congrats!
That’s funny. However, Jen, I strongly suggest that you never do that around Cory in public because he will judge you !!! It sounds like she would have had an easier time if she had just gone somewhere else, where you don’t have to be so concerned about flashing someone! I probably would have been one of those “rude” people, but it kind of sound to me that she is the rude one. But I still love you Jen, hopefully you still love me 🙂 Happy blogging.
I am always impressed and amazed with people who are brave enough to nurse in public, I don’t think I am