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Is She Stalking Me?

Here I am, in a public place, and my oldest has done something insane. I feel I am about to lose it and who do I see? The same mother who always seems to be around when my children and I are having "issues". Why? Why?!? Why is she always near when my children, or my parenting, is not being shown in the best light?
Crap.
I have no idea how this continues to happen. Is she following me? Is she waiting for that "bad mommy" moment so she can smile her wicked smile and come over to see how we're doing? It's very Stepford.
Does any one else have this kind of situation?

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17 comments:

  1. Kinda reminds me of the major crush in HS that you only saw on ugly days, or right after you tripped in the hallway...

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  2. Oh, that's so annoying. But you know she's got to be the kind of person who appears to have it all together but her life is really a total mess. Right? So what better to do than smile next time you see her, no matter what's going on. It will kill her.

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  3. Ugh, I hate that. I totally have someone like that and it sucks!! I feel for you.

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  4. Mmm Hmm! I have one of those in my life too, Ann! Ann OY ing!

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  5. It's just the PI I hired to keep tabs on you. Don't sweat it. It's all going in the file.

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  6. ugh, hate when that happens. It happens to me also when I run into someone I haven't seen in a while and I look like I can't handle my kid, well I can't.

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  7. LOL--my friend and I were just joking about this recently. It seems like there is always that one mom around--and she's the really pulled together one--when we're having our parenting lows!!

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  8. Oh yeah I can relate...but did you ever did you ever forget to pick up that Mom's child after school like she asked?? Whoops! Needless to say, she doesn't ask for playdates anymore! (which is a good thing!).

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  9. She must get her jollies off it. Totally weird.

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  10. This happens to me at family get togethers. The same relatives that I only see once a year see my kids at their most tantrumiest and think they are always like that!

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  11. I cannot stand that mother. Quick, you distract her and I'll beat her up for you. We'll both feel better.

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  12. Think revenge when they are teenagers. You don't even have to do anything and you'll embarrass them!

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  13. Thats not cool. I always see the same women in the park, and luckily their kids act up the same as mine!

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  14. Try not to be too concerned - if she's that anal that she's worried about your behaviour then she's not worth worrying about! There are more important things in the world, so don't stress out too much!

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  15. LOL!!! I think my kid waits until "that one mom" is around to start acting like a fool and in the process make me look like the slacker mom.

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  16. I honestly don't even notice the other moms when my kids are having meltdowns in public. All I can think is, "Got.to.get.this.child.home. NOW!"

    Tara
    http://theyoungmommylife.com

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  17. Isn't that the way it always is?!?!

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