Scary Mommy

We All Know At Least One Of These Moms

November 13, 2018 Updated July 19, 2019

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Some of us stay up late, or get up before dawn, to make our kids’ lunches. It’s not like I’m pinteresting elaborate bento boxes or anything. (I’m looking at you, Debbie. Stop making the rest of us feel like slackers.) Yes, my kids are picky eaters who won’t eat cafeteria food, but I also make them because of mom guilt. This segment features every kind of lunch mom, and gets to the bottom of who we’re really trying to impress.