‘Everyone Stop Touching Me’
19 parents share what’s really on their minds
Sometimes, those moments when we simply just can’t — physically, emotionally, financially, or otherwise — can actually lead to good memories for our kids. Cereal for dinner? You might feel guilty that you didn’t cook, while your kids just think it’s fun. That’s just one example from this week’s Scary Mommy Confessional roundup... read on for what people had to say about relationships, homework, big feelings, and more.
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I’m sick of deciding what everyone will eat for dinner every single night
I gave my kids cereal for dinner. 😔 they thought it was fun I felt terrible.
Feeling unappreciated in just about every role in my life... not fun
I wish I could celebrate Christmas right this second
I’m mad at myself for starting over again with another child after 10 years
I’m fighting an autoimmune disease and feel like a horrible wife and mom and friend
I don’t know how to help my 9yo daughter feel confident and I feel like she is spiraling.
My husband really wants another baby & I don’t. We can’t afford another one.
I will do my kids homework if it’ll prevent a meltdown f$#% homework
Everyone stop touching me.
I always said 3 kids but I secretly wants a 4th to try for a girl.
I made the right choice 4 the father of our kids, but I don’t think he’s my right choice 4 me.
Being in a blended family is not for me.
I wish my husband was a better partner but he’s not horrible and he’s a fun dad so I’ll stay.
I am secretly in love with my coworker but we are both married
I’m drowning at work and feel like it’s making me a mean mom at home.
I make more money but still have to be the default parent and do the house work.
My 3 yr old daughter is having lots of big emotions that I don’t know how to help with
I think I married the most boring man in America. I’m losing my mind over here.