Honestly, I did it even before I was a mom.
I compared myself to others. I either came out better than or less than. I used that as my measuring stick for way too long.
It didn’t serve me well at all. It made me insecure and judgmental and that’s not good for my friendships or my family.
Stop comparing. Stop judging. Stop measuring. Stop trying to come out on top.
Start accepting. Start being authentic. Start letting God define you instead of the world.
The No More Perfect Moms book is a call to love our real life. When we’re able to love ourselves and our real life, it sets a foundation for loving others.
I’ve signed the Knock It Off commitment. Will you?
While you’re thinking about the subject, hop around to a few more mom blogs who are talking about this same topic today. You’ll find other moms who are willing to Knock It Off here: