It’s so easy to judge other parents, but you should hesitate before doing so. When I see a mom at the grocery store whispering aggressively into her kid’s ear about how he’d better behave himself, I feel for her. It’s not easy to openly struggle with your kids like that; it can be a humiliating ordeal that makes a woman feel like she’s a bad mother when she’s really just trying her best. The thing that I don’t understand is when parents take moments like these and project them onto the entire internet. I don’t know how many millennial moms skipped their middle school computer classes, but if they did, it would make sense. So many moms don’t seem to know that the things they post online last forever, including their children’s bad behavior from when they were toddlers. If you can’t look away from these wild parenting posts that dominate Facebook mom groups, these ones might be for you.