As a mom, you've learned that constant judgment and mom-shaming come with the territory. Everywhere you look, there's someone or something claiming that you're in the wrong. While I'd typically encourage moms to turn a blind eye to the criticism, there are some instances in which examining your own habits might be beneficial... like the surprising things you're doing that annoy non-mom friends. Of course you don't do and say these things to be malicious — and in some cases, you can't even help it — but they might end up turning off some of your closest allies.
I'm in a funny stage of life. While a handful of my friends are getting married and having children, a large majority of my friends are still playing the field and focusing on other things. My social media feeds are a funny mix of potty-training and party posts. I'm pregnant, so while I'm drawn to the baby pics, I'm not so far removed from the other side that I forget what it's like. I have no doubt that I'll be guilty of my fair share of these things, but I'm hoping I'll remain cognizant of what it's like to be a non-mom while I myself am in the depths of parenthood.