Audrey and Vera have eight kids between the two of them. They are entrepreneurs who hustle for their families and always strive to be the best moms they can be. In the midst of all of that, they have had their fair share of mom shaming from other moms and the public. Below they share their thoughts and experience for our #StopMomShaming campaign

More About Audrey and Vera:

Audrey McClelland and Vera Sweeney are moms, businesswomen, and best friends. Together they’ve cultivated a following who looks to them for advice on parenting, style and beauty, tness, business, preferred products, and more. As stay-at-home, working moms (or “mompreneurs”) they reach more than 350,000 women daily through their blog properties and social media channels. In addition to, and MomGener-, Audrey and Vera utilize Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Periscope and Pinterest to connect with as many women as possible, both nationally and internationally. With so much on their plates, Audrey and Vera live to hustle—and they share all of their best advice with their followers through “The Hustle Diaries.”

Audrey and Vera’s naturally honest and positive approach to doling out advice has led to features as parenting and lifestyle expert features in numerous magazines, TV shows, news segments, radio shows, and on popular websites. Both women were cast as members of the TLC show #What She Said, and both are members of YouTube’s Parent Panel of 7.

They’ve long been trailblazers and innovators in the digital space: Their Getting Gorgeous events were the rst to o er o ine, interactive experiences pairing brands with targeted mom bloggers and other online in uencers. Audrey and Vera’s events range from intimate luncheons and online chats to large-scale expos. Brands such as YouTube, Sleep Number, Hanes, Tide, Lands’ End, Pantene, Olay, Alamo, American Tourister, J.Jill, Kodak, Goody Hair, T.J. Maxx/Marshalls, COVERGIRL, Pampers, GM, and many more have worked with Audrey and Vera over the last eight years.

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