January 24, 2011 at 6:00 pm in INFORUM
For most of my motherhood, I’ve worked part time.
In many ways, the limited workweek has provided me the best of both worlds. Continue Reading
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The most important job of a parent should be raising their children. If youâ€™re fortunate enough to raise children without daycare, take full advantage.
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I cannot believe anyone put a “dislike” on your comment, how i cit. I have been fortunate to be a stay-at-home mom, and there is nothing better in the world than raising my boys. I do bring in an income by running a home-based business, but that is not nearly as rewarding as watching my boys grow up.
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I think it’s sad that women have to work, unless that’s what they want of course. For millenia women have, so far as we know, been the heart of the home and the primary child rearers, because that’s the way things worked out best in nature.
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It’sbeen a long evolution since the Bra burning of the 60’s and 70’s and it might just havesunk in that , be careful what you wish for,youjust may get.Womenare wonderful and Men have learned valuable lessens also.Learning HURTS.
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