The top 10 worst moments in mom judgment
Pamela Druckerman publishes Bringing Up Bébé, touting the superiority of stinky-cheese-eating French kids. Mon dieu!
Alicia Silverstone gets mocked across the mommysphere for blogging a video of herself feeding her 11-month-old son like a mother bird.
A picture of Mayim Bialik breastfeeding her 3-year-old son on the subway goes viral after she publishes a book on attachment parenting.
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Political strategist Hilary Rosen says stay-at-home mom Ann Romney "has never worked a day in her life" on CNN. Cue the outrage.
TIME's story on attachment parenting asks "Are You Mom Enough?" The cover — featuring a mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old son — makes people go nuts.
Anne-Marie Slaughter publishes the hot-button "Why Women Still Can't Have It All," asserting that feminism misled women into thinking they could have a high-powered job and a family.
Former tabloid editor Janice Min writes "Can a Mom Get a Break?" in The New York Times, defending celebs who are mocked (yep, by her old colleagues) for taking months to shed the baby weight.
American Universtiy professor Adrienne Pine brings her sick baby to the first day of school and breastfeeds her in front of a class. The school paper's coverage of the "incident" sparks national debate.
Newly appointed Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer gives birth to her first child and goes back to work full-time just two weeks later. Everyone has an opinion.