Woman calls for other mums to ‘try a little’ with their looks at school drop-off in furious online rant

Between making breakfast, rows about teeth brushing and getting them dressed, most mums don't get a second to think about their own appearance.

But one self-congratulatory mum insists that's not the case in her household – and has called on other mums to "try a little" in a furious online rant.

The open letter, which was posted on the Sanctimommy Facebook page, takes mum-shaming to a whole new level – calling out her fellow parents for their "rat nest hair", lack of make-up and "morning breath".

The unapologetic note begins: "I know this is stirring up some haters so whatever. Sorry if this hits close to home.

"Ladies, even if you aren't getting out of the car at drop off can you please try and little.


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"I look around as I'm walking my daughter to the front door and all we see is rat nest hair, no makeup, eyebags out to wherever and I'm not 100% but I think I smell morning breath coming from these cars. Damn."

And it seems the mum-shaming is rubbing off on her seven-year-old daughter, who she claims told her: "mommy you are so pretty.

"My friends mommies all look so old. I'm so proud of you that you are my mommie."

The mum then added: "On the real, if my seven year old can see you aren't even trying what is your husband thinking? take some pride".

And she's been torn apart on the Santimommy group, with one mum writing: "My husband is thinking 'thanks, wife, for dropping the kid off at school so I don’t have to'?"

A second joked: "Some days my husband looks at me and says, 'Damn, why do you look so good today?' And I reply, 'I showered.'

"Set the bar low, ladies and it doesn’t take much to impress him…"

A third woman criticised the mum's 'shallow' child, saying: "Quite the superficial little crotch fruit you're raising there. Enjoy that set of priorities come high school."

While another woman questioned whether the little girl had really made those comments.

She mocked: "Today my 4 year old asked me, 'Mommy, why do people go online and lie about things their child said?' I was so proud of him".

Earlier today, we revealed a first class passenger who gave up seat for mum and her sick 11-month-old daughter ‘teared up’ after seeing ‘tiny’ baby’s ‘oxygen machine’.

While this touching photo shows stranger cuddling struggling mum’s son during flight.

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