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Let me preface by saying, I am not your fan. I don’t hate you, but I’m not your fan. I see no reason to like you OR dislike you.

During your pregnancy, you were ridiculed almost on a daily basis because of your lifestyle, your weight gain, and your wardrobe. NO ONE deserves that. For that, I admire you. A pregnant woman is already hormonal and vulnerable to criticism. I have no idea how you dealt with that but I have to imagine it was incredibly difficult.

Now postpartum, you’re being criticized for wanting to lose weight immediately, for spending time apart from your baby, for your wardrobe… again. I just want to say….

Haters gon’ hate.

What new mom doesn’t want to lose the weight as quickly as possible? And sometimes, you need a day or two away from baby to reconnect with your love. Us “regular people” go back to work after a few months with baby. You did the same. Yet you get chastised for leaving your baby behind with the nanny. No mom EVER wants to be called a bad mom, but it seems as though the press is just …waiting… for you to screw up. Hinting… at any maternal flaw that may appear. Dissecting…every movement (or nonmovement) you make.

While I may not be invested in (aka “care about”) all your endeavors for Kardashian brand, you are definitely one strong “mutha” for putting up with  this ‘ish ESPECIALLY from strangers. Moms come in all shapes and sizes with all different types of parenting decisions. The one thing moms hate the most is being judged for their decisions. You handle it ALL OF THE TIME with incredible grace and composure. I think that’s something we can all appreciate.


1 Comment on A Letter to Kim Kardashian

  1. I’m with you, I could care less about Kim, but I really appreciated your thoughts on how the media treats her. Yes, she chose to put herself out there, but really do we have to attack her for every move she makes.

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