is that after you get to know other mommy bloggers, you are bound to find someone who has experienced more of motherhood than you have. Who can talk you down from that ledge when you think you have proof that you're the worst mom in the world. Who can honestly say, "I don't blame you."
I still think us mommy bloggers are fighting for a good reputation. But honestly some days, we're no different than other "support" blogs out there (cancer, diabetes, divorce, etc.).
I'll write more when I have time and energy. Until then, you know who you are. Thanks.
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