Is it teething time for your little one?

 

If you haven’t been a victim of ‘mummy-shaming’, then you have likely found yourself irritated by it; the hate against Victoria Beckham over her birthday kiss with Harper, the fact that Mila Kunis was glared at for breastfeeding her baby in public – the list goes on.

 

If you can relate, then you will absolutely love the latest vlog post by popular and hilarious mum blogger, Tova Leigh.

 

Tova, who blogs and vlogs over at My Thoughts About Stuff, has garnered praise this weekend for sharing the perfect response to all those who dare to shame a mother about her body, her parental choices or her lifestyle.

 

 

‘How To Get Mummy-Shamed On Social Media in 5 Easy Steps’ touches on everything from body-shaming to public humiliation – and she manages to capture just how ridiculous the whole thing is to a T.

 

Tova references that Victoria-Harper kiss, the constant breastfeeding-shaming and cruel attacks on women’s post-baby bodies, and being publicly judged and criticised for every tiny mistake made as a parent.

 

 

As for the final step? All you need to do is talk about your kids on social media!

 

“Apparently, mummy bloggers are the worst type of bloggers in the world, because we talk about this thing that seems to really annoy people – it’s called motherhood!” quips Tova.

 

 

We have to say, by the end of her hilarious rant, we are well on for joining Tova for that glass of wine!

 

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