Viral Post Nails Why It's OK To Support Moms Dealing With Public Tantrums
5 monthes ago - By Scary Mommy
This story will make you want to hug the next mom whose kid is having an epic public tantrum
Public meltdowns and toddler tantrums can make you go from feeling like an all-star parent to a Class A Failure in less than 30 seconds. When your kid is causing a scene in the middle of a store, not much can make moms and dads feel lower than they do in that moment. Which is why this viral post about how one mom approached another mom in the thick of could serve as a good lesson for all of us.
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