Because I’m a wonderful mother I decided to take a picture of my poor son in agony after having surgery on his neck. Then I posted it.
This is clearly attention seeking behavior. I made sure to get the medical equipment in the background…And look at my face. WHY?!
This picture was taken by my sister and she hates me enough that she posted it on social media with the caption “I’m sorry, I love you.” She’s a liar.
This one is horrible for several reasons. Why was I standing like that?! No makeup, no hair brush. I hate this. What was I thinking.
This is my cousin and me on the left. I look like a crazed serial killer with a pitch fork.
This is my sister in the hospital clearly in pain. I took that opportunity to take and upload this picture.
Not only did I allow this to happen to my child, I felt the need to grab my camera and share it with my friends and family.
That’s me after hours at the beach with no sun screen. I had to make sure everyone knew I was miserable so I made that face. I can’t.
My 2 year old made me wear her underwear on my head. The world needed to know.
My 2 year old threw a fit in the middle of the road. I pulled my phone out and took a picture. Safety first.
This picture is dumb. It just is.
My daughter taking a breathing treatment. She was thrilled that I took this picture and posted it online. You can see it in her eyes.
This is just an inappropriate pose. I am a mother. I thought it’d be cool to take a selfie grabbing my own butt. So stupid.
I don’t have to explain this one.
This is my stepdad. With a hospital pee bucket on his head.
Yuck. No one wants to see my cankle.
This is a picture that I hate more than any other. I begged my husband to take it down. I was mortified. He left it up because he wants a divorce obviously.
I wish this picture never happened. Everything about it is cringy.