A couple of weeks ago I posted 6 hilarious articles for moms having a bad day. As much as we all need to laugh, sometimes we need to be validated instead. On those days, when you just don’t feel like a good mom, when you feel like all you can do is fail, turn to this list. I hope these validating articles can help validate you and help you be confident in the mom you are.
*Some of these articles do contain strong language*
**All following articles are the property of the blog listed. All pictures and content belong to that blog and not to The Naptime Projects.**
I’m Not Enough and That’s the Point
When Choosing Joy is Hard
The Unnatural Mom – A Confession to All Other Moms
What are some of your favorite validating articles? Share in the comments below!
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Hey there! My name is Rachel and I’m a 23 year old wife and mother. I’m decidedly in favor of DIY projects and decidedly against mom-shaming. This blog is my place to take a stand against superiority and to share ways to thrive in motherhood. My hope is that you leave this site feeling validated and encouraged in your mom-bilities.
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