Okay. I'm going to be judgmental right now. I know it isn't any of my business but I'm going to say it anyway.
DH and I took the kids to the park today in the next town over, it is a nice park and we enjoy going. While there I was joking with DH about being surrounded by "white trash", I mean they were really, really trashy looking and acting. Their kids were dirty and their clothes didn't fit properly. Which isn't normal for that park but I was happy to see the kids smiling and having fun but their kids kept trying to play with my kids which usually isn't a big deal but they were being crude and DD wanted them to just leave her alone. She kept complaining about them to me, I told her ignore them and play elsewhere. She decided to swing, which is her favorite thing to do. Problem solved.
Then while sitting on the bench in the shade a little baby waddled up to me, couldn't have been much older than one and he was wearing nothing but a diaper, he was also filthy and it wasn't normal park dirt either. He was walking around barefoot in the bark, I was afraid he was going to have splinters. He had the most beautiful blue eyes, blonde hair and a sweet smile. His mother came up and apologized for him bothering us, she looked really, really young (16-18) and was probably 6-7 months pregnant. She was nice and we chatted for a few minutes but the whole time I just felt sorry for her.
I was happy when the kids were ready to go home. I've never had that experience at this park before. I'm hoping it doesn't become the norm.
That is my judgment. I spent several hours surrounded by white trash today at the park and it made me uncomfortable.