I was peeking my head into the Newcomer's Club (should be renamed the "Let's Judge Everyone Club", but let's not go there). There was a thread by a lady who said she went to her WIC appt, and saw some "dirty kids", and why do parents take their kids out of the house dirty?
My daughter is 14 months old, and she will leave the house absolutely spotless, but by the time we get to where we're going, she will have unravelled her braids, drooled on her shirt, she'll find a really cool mud puddle and get splashes of of mud on her pants...
The point I'm trying to make is: kids get dirty. It doesn't mean they left the house dirty.
Why is is not necessary to judge other moms? If I see a kid with a snotty nose, what right do I have to jump to the conclusion that the mother is a dirty person? Maybe she forgot to bring Kleenex. Maybe she hasn't noticed the dirty nose yet. Maybe she's looking for the package of Kleenex.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:32 PM on Oct. 20, 2009 in General Parenting
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