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Do You Know One of These Annoying Facebook Moms?

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The "Non-Stop Complainer"


"I'm so jealous of everyone that got to go out this weekend! I never, ever, ever get to do that anymore." "Another day, another super fun kid's birthday party. Is there a sarcasm font?" "Potty training is super fun! Said nobody ever."

Ah, the non-stop complainer. These posts would make you think being a parent is the worst thing in the world, and we're all guilty of them. Yes, sometimes we just need a good venting session, but let's not scare off all those child-less friends out there, or they'll turn into the smug ones!

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