I miss the days when Facebook was about telling me about how your day is going, or that you just got tickets to see Pearl Jam.
I'm not even a mom (that I know of), much less a stay at home one (that I know of), so this is more of an "I'm mad FOR you cool stay at home moms, whether you're mad or not" things.
So a friend on Facebook today posted something to the effect of...:
"No one came to my mommy walk today. Oh well, I didn't really want to walk anyway."
As a non-mom-or-stay-at-home-mom, I say the following things:
1--Stop using Facebook to make other people feel guilty. If you want people to come, maybe put "No one came to my mommy walk today...I missed you all...hope you can come next week!" Done. Now I want to go instead of just feeling guilty that I didn't (not really--I don't have a baby).
2--Stop lying to make other people feel guilty. Just say you're pissed if you are. No "Oh well..." statement necessary.
3--Stop assuming that everyone can even GO to your damn walks, and don't make the moms who can't stay at home feel bad. One comment on this post was "Sorry...I was at work." I'm sorry you couldn't come either. Don't feel bad about going to work! Your baby will have adorable clothes because of that.
Another friend on Facebook posted one of those amazing...:
"JESUS IS THE BEST EVER, AND IF YOU REALLY BELIEVE THAT, YOU WILL REPOST THIS TO YOUR STATUS!!!"
1--Stop it. Stop it. Stop it. I will automatically not post anything to my status that tells me I HAVE to. I know it's a childish matter of wills, but damn it, don't tell me what to do!
2--Jesus doesn't care about your Facebook. I think he actually hid all of your status updates. Sorry.
I could go on, but you get it. Let's bring it back to these updates:
"My brother is the bomb!"
"I just went to a movie that was so hilarious!"
"Let's all eat Chinese tonight!!"
"OMG...I just got tickets to Pearl Jam!!!"