Moms are their own worst critic. Sometimes, they fail to give themselves credit for all of the hard work they put into raising their kids.
Often, they'll label certain aspects of their experience as a mother as a failure. Well, that's not what Mother's Day weekend is about.
Mother's Day is meant to commemorate moms and the amazing jobs they do every single day of the year...and that's exactly what we aim to do.
It's normal for a mom to experience a bit of self-doubt. After all, being a mom is a tough job, but there's no reason why a mom should ever tell herself that she's "failing" at motherhood.
Abby Weinstein, a blogger for BabyCenter.com, recently started a thread called "You are NOT a failure!!!" with the intention of encouraging moms to be confident and proud of their work!
We've taken a number of topics from the thread and constructed a list to show moms that you are definitely NOT failing at motherhood, in spite of what you might think.
Take a look and see how you may think you're failing, but you're actually not!