Jenny Erikson: Awesome Wife and Mother

We last left Jenny telling us about how she let her kids do things she specifically knew were harmful for them. Because she left her husband, which makes it harder for her to be there for her kids. Shocking, I know.

But it turns out that she’s really an AWESOME wife and Mom! No, I’m not kidding. She actually said that.

Let’s let Jenny speak for herself in “A Note to the People That leave Disgusting Comments on My Blog”.

Hiya, haters! How y’all doin’? Didja get out of your mom’s basement today? No? Well don’t worry, there’s always tomorrow.

She gets paid to write this stuff, guys.

She spends a few lines complaining that everybody doesn’t support her decision to leave her husband of ten years and take the children. It’s pretty standard stuff. Here’s the fun part!

Not all of you think I’m slutty — some of you just think I’m a crappy mom. Others of you think I was a crappy wife.

I was pretty awesome at both, actually. Now gardening, well, I suck at gardening. Perhaps that’s what you meant to say. I can see how it’s easy to confuse the two. I mean, if I can’t keep a geranium alive, how could I possibly care for children?

No, that was not a typo. A woman who left her husband of ten years, took the children, then came out publicly and said that she was letting her children suffer negatively because of how difficult it is to be a single parent, is calling herself an awesome wife and mother.

This is a real human being who actually exists.

But it gets even better!

But even Leif thinks I was an AWESOME wife — and more than that, he wishes y’all would stop with this nonsense.

We’ve more or less established at this point that Leif is not a particularly good judge of character.

Side note to Leif’s future girlfriend/wife: He HAS acknowledged that he was not great husband to me, and he HAS promised to do better. There’s just too much water under the bridge at this point for me to continue. Best of luck to you, and I hope we can be friendly at least.

Too much water under the bridge, like two daughters and ten years of marriage.

Leif and I will always be family, even if it’s not in the way I imagined it, because we share two gorgeous daughters. There’s no getting around that.

And yet, keeping an intact family doesn’t so much of a priority to you here, huh?

It’s because of those girls, and out of respect for the nearly eleven years we were married, that I’m not telling you what went down on the other side of the proverbial closed door.

You can just feel the respect for that marriage oozing out of every word she writes.

And finally she goes off on another little rant:

So you, Men of the Tiny Dicks, are out of line in making judgment calls about Leif or me. And frankly, your strange foaming-at-the-mouth compulsion to leave very nasty comments on my blog speaks more about you than me.

I’m really sorry for whatever nameless, faceless bitch rejected you and your acrimonious attitudes, but I am not the poster child for everything that’s wrong in your life.

But I guess I’d be pretty pissed too if I had nothing better to do than sit around and monitor the comments section of some random chick’s blog.

Classic blame deflection:

1) Insult the people who don’t like what you do.

2) Psychoanalyze from behind a computer screen.

3) Lather, rinse, repeat.

If I wasn’t laughing right now, I’d probably be extremely angry. But she fills out every stereotype so neatly and cleanly that it really is kind of darkly funny.

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10 Responses to Jenny Erikson: Awesome Wife and Mother

  1. Zippy says:

    We’ve more or less established at this point that Leif is not a particularly good judge of character.

    Well played.

  2. Res says:

    To be fair, by the last extract it’s fairly clear that she’s following a checklist. Probably imposed by a patriarchal husband, which is the reason why she divorced him.

    • I’m not sure what you mean by “following a checklist”, but I disagree that he’s a patriarchal husband. He’s clearly what the manosphere calls a beta orbiter. Think about it. She left HIM, and she’s an “AWESOME” wife. Their pastor rightfully excommunicates her, so he leaves that Church. She has posts where she talks about how she married this guy for his back rubs, and she talks about him being her best friend for years before she decided to go out with him.

      It’s really a stereotype.

      • Res says:

        Pretty much what was meant by the checklist was your last statement. It would be strange for her husband to be imposing patriarchal norms on her after she divorced him, in any case, notwithstanding which female-initiated divorce is attributed to it when in this case it’s fairly clear that the issue was the exact opposite, and feminist posturing is slightly disingenuous in the context of divorcing a husband for being too much so. It does seem to be playing by numbers somewhat to throw out tiny-dicks-anger-nasty-bitch-rejected-you-I’mnotaposterchildforeverythingthatwentwronginyourlife, though, and suggests that all divorcees might in fact be the same person.

  3. Ilíon says:

    Hiya, haters! How y’all doin’? Didja get out of your mom’s basement today? No? Well don’t worry, there’s always tomorrow.

    That’s really just a variation on the “You can’t get none” meme/assertion so belovéd of (ahem) women when they want to put-down a man who dares to express an opinion they don’t want to hear.

  4. Ilíon says:

    Classic blame deflection:
    1) Insult the people who don’t like what you do.
    2) Psychoanalyze from behind a computer screen.
    3) Lather, rinse, repeat.

    That’s the classy way that most modern (ahem) women (ahem) reason. And, really, it’s totally reasonable — after all, *she’s* not making her decisions about ruining the lives of several other children of God, or of condemning those who condemn her behavior, based on any principles, so why should she even imagine that those who condemn her behavior are doing anything other than expressing their own misogyny and fear that the tinniness of their dicks will be discovered.

  5. Didn’t think she could become more of a stereotype? You’re wrong. Apparently now that Jenny is no longer married she’s free to do strong, independent woman things. Like skydiving!

    http://www.jennyerikson.com/2013/06/28/the-jump/

    I’m starting to wonder if Dalrock didn’t just make her up.

    Oh, and remember when we were respecting her for not deleting her comments and letting people criticize her? That ended. Go ahead and look at the link again. 26 comments deleted, comments section closed.

    • Ilíon says:

      Well, for someone really reading the screed you quoted here, it was clear that she was soom going to delete the criticisms of her choices and behavior.

  6. Otto Lamp says:

    Stereotype is right.

    You may want to consider doing an update.

    Leif (her ex husband) quickly remarried.

    Jenny, according to her twitter account, is now pregnant and in her 3rd trimester.

    If you take a quick look at her instagram account, which goes back several years, the are no men in it other than her relatives. Where’s the “Christian mommy blogger’s” baby daddy? https://www.instagram.com/jennyerikson/

    It’s the “divorce gone bad” stereotype red pill men warn women about. Don’t throw away your husband, because you won’t find a better one.

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