Getty ImagesWe've all experienced it at one time or another: The Mommy Drive-By. When someone -- a relative, another mom, a total stranger -- takes it upon herself to question your judgment or criticize your parenting.
Single moms get flak about their social lives. Step moms are looked down upon for not being "a real parent." Breast-feeding mamas get hit when they nurse their child in public; formula-feeding mothers get the evil eye when they whip out a bottle instead of a breast. Mothers from all walks of life are questioned for decisions large and small. And working mothers, well, they get a little bit of "all of the above."
I'm positive that I thought I knew more about parenting before I became a parent, so I can kind of see why non-parents feel compelled to tell parents what they should do differently, whether they are qualified to say anything or not. But when the drive-by comes from another working mom, I'm baffled... why do we do this to one another?
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