I'm fairly certain that most "lazy moms" don't start out that way. I know I certainly didn't. Quite the opposite, in fact: I was making baby food, trying to come up with fun new crafts, and even attempting to bake with my daughter. Having my second kid pretty much cured me of my ridiculously high and unattainable standards or plans. So many of the moms I know (including myself) whom society might call "lazy," are really just trying to survive. There are things lazy moms are constantly being judged for that really just prove that most moms are simply attempting to hold on to their sanity through and during the roughest parts of parenthood.
Let's be serious, though. It's not like we're talking about parents sending their preschool kids to the store to pick up groceries so they can play Pokémon GO. It's just that, well, we have lowered our expectations to a reasonable level. For example, in 10 years, do you think your kids will remember that you put their toys away every single night? Do you think they'll remember that you ordered pizza every week, and that it will be a bad thing, in their memories? Probably not.
So, honestly, I'm fine with people calling me a "lazy mom," and I've learned to handle certain people judging me for the things I do. As far as I'm concerned, the perfectly tidy house and the perfectly prepared meals will leave my kids with a perfectly crazy and resentful mom. Sign me up for lazy, not crazy, even if it means I'll be judged for the following things: