In our parents' day, if a woman wanted to be recognized as a good mom, she had to lay down all of her dreams, ambitions, and friendships and not think about them again until her children were launched. I'm not arguing that selflessness is a horrible trait; I just think that good moms know how to balance.
We're all well aware of the deficiencies in the Standard American Diet and the dangers of Red Dye #40. But does running nutritional-interference for our kids truly empower them to make life-long choices for wellness? Or does it just make us mamas exhausted and nervous?