Cannabis Like a Motherirst there were the “wine moms.” Now there are the “weed moms”—ones who, along with dads, have turned to cannabis for serenity, relaxation, other health benefits, and, in some cases, to help their children deal with everything from generalized anxiety to symptoms associated with autism. Now Scary Mommy, an online community of millions of women who support each other through the shared experience of motherhood, and the cannabis company Curaleaf, together are taking a huge leap into the cannasphere with a newly launched website called aimed to help women who are “curiously considering to confidently consuming.” Cannabis newbies can consult the launch’s FAQ, which answer everything from “Is Cannabis the same as marijuana/pot/weed?” to “Do I smoke it? Eat it? I heard you can put it under your tongue.” And the website works to destigmatize any mom who believes bud actually makes her a better mother (see Confessional 7181422, who says, “Cannabis makes me an amazing homemaker and mother. I make delicious dinners, do tons of art projects with my son, and my house is clean.” It’s Leave it to Beaver’s June Cleaver, only with a perma-grin.