If you aren’t familiar with Mom Shaming, head here and check out what it’s all about.
For those of you who have been playing along, we’ve had some great participants hanging out their shame over at the Shame Corner, and after a brief hiatus, the weekly feature is back!
To start things off for 2013, it seemed only appropriate that we go with some Resolutions themed Mom Shaming, so I got some help from a few of my favorite shameful blogging friends.
Kim, from the popular Let Me Start by Saying Blog, sent me a broken resolution shaming with a holiday twist…just maybe not the holiday you’d be thinking of:
Kim’s kids are total Halloween rock stars, or she must be a slow eater because I ran out of Halloween Candy before Thanksgiving! Either way, I’m totally jealous! But with such a great stash of junk food, this was a resolution made to be broken!
One of my favorite dare-dancing bloggers had a big resolution – Bring Sexy back for 2013!
Poor Kerry! She said she didn’t mean to bring Dick Clark back! No matter what, I think she’s still fabulous, and maybe she’ll adopt my new mantra – Pale. It’s the new tan.
Next up is Nicole from Ninja Mom Blog, who in a Mom Shaming first is bringing us more than just a photo. She’s documenting her Mom Shame in a quick, hilarious video. So what’s she so ashamed about? Two words: Cookie Bra.
Watch her resolution disappear quicker than a sleeve of Girl Scout Cookies:
Some people might rush to judgement, but those people must have never had Thin Mints…all bets are off when the Girl Scouts start dealing their cookie-crack. Thanks for sharing your brave, delicious story, Nicole. I feel your pain…and now I’m hungry for cookies.
Ninja Mom Blog’s website is one that you should bookmark if you haven’t already, and in true Ninja fashion, you’ve probably seen her work all over but not even realized it was from her! Check her out onNick Mom, In the Powder Room, Facebook an Twitter too!
And you might be asking what about me? I’m just going to throw my friends under the bus, and not share any shame myself?
Of course not.
I just hope I don’t come off as boastful…
Got shame? 9 out of 10 doctor’s agree that Mom Shaming is healthy. Submit your own by emailing me a Self Shaming picture to DomesticConsultants@gmail.com with SHAME in the subject line. You could be featured next at the Shame Corner!
How are you doing with your resolutions? Sticking to them? Already forgotten about them? Leave me a comment! I’d love to hear from you!