I smoke weed around my kids, people call me a junkie & say my children should be taken away but it makes me a BETTER mum

A MUM who smokes weed around her kids says that she thinks it makes her a better mum, despite trolls saying her children should be put in care.

Caitlin Fladager,  27, lives in Vancouver, Canada, where recreational and medicinal marijuana use is legal.

And the mum-of-two recently revealed some of the abuse she receives from haters who describe her as a junkie.

Some of the comments described her as a “pothead”, “shameful” and a “bad mum” but Caitlin was quick to hit back at her trolls.

Posting on Instagram, she wrote: “I knew I would be met with criticism, scepticism, and questions. ⁣

“But in my mind, that was all worth it if I could show at least one person a slightly more natural way to cope with mental health problems.”

Caitlin described how she was trying to push past some of the “stoner stereotypes” that are often seen in films and on TV.

She continues: “I am trying to rewrite them, and I get it. It’s hard. When you’ve been taught for so long something is “bad”, how could it suddenly become “good?”⁣

“Marijuana has changed so much over the years. From the ways you can take it, to the exact doses you can now figure out your perfect level. ⁣

“⁣One day I have hope I will be able to say “I’m going out for a joint”, and no one will look twice.”

She finishes: “I will take the rude comments, the CPS jokes, and the slander.⁣ Because I know one day, it will be seen for the medicine it truly is.”

Caitlin got pregnant with her high school sweetheart Noah when she was 18 years old and the married couple now share two children, Adriana and Jack.

Caitlin is also very focused on her own mental health, often using marijuana to help her relax.

She says she wants to “raise awareness” of how marijuana can actually help up women become better mums to their children.

Posting on Instagram, she previously said: “I have never been the most patient with my two kids. 

“Weed makes me a better mom, as I get a good night's sleep after I smoke. I wake up well rested, and with a more clear mind.”

Caitlin says that she only smokes weed once her kids are in bed⁣, and she uses it in place of antidepressants.

The mum claims it also helped her cut back on her drinking.

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