Friday, March 23, 2007

Why I Love Anonymous Comments

"It sounds like the kids learned their whining from their mother. "

This was the comment left under my previous post after a bad day. A very bad day. Left by a person who I am sure has no clue as to what is going on in my household. A person who doesn't even have the courage to leave their name.

One of the reasons I blog is so that I can whine and vent my frustrations in a way that my kids and family will not be effected. I'm not perfect, and I'm not going to hide my feelings by posting nothing but rainbows, giggles, and warm fuzzies all the time.

"Anonymous", please don't come back. Your rude comments are the last thing I need right now.


Chinamama4 said...

Amy, don't ever stop being "real" on your own blog - I, for one, appreciate it! As for negative comments, Sarah ( and Shannon ( both recently posted quite eloquently on the topic of negative, "anonymous" comments. Seems there's been a lot of that going around (probably why I don't push for a wider readership). Anyway, I, too, have had days like you had yesterday, and am sending cyber hugs your way! {{{HUGS}}}

Mom2fur said...

I have found that those who make snide remarks about kids either 1)don't have kids or 2)totally, and completely forgot what it was like to have them! might be some snot-nosed kid with nothing better to do. In any case, not worth a moment of your time!

Val said...

Hey there...don't let it get to you. The anonymous gutless wonders who post stuff like that aren't worth the energy. What? Like they waited to have kids until they had all the answers? psh I'd rather hear about real life and how to deal with it.