And that's why stay-at-home moms have my utmost admiration. Gimme cryin' lawyers any day of the week! I had to keep CJ at home Monday cause she hurled at daycare and I twitched the better part of the day cause I did NOT want to babysit. (I can say this b/c we all know what a hateful mom I am. Also the reason I stopped at one)YOU, however, are a kick butt mom. And you're kinda a hero of mine (no lie) because I wish I could have the patience of a stay-at-home mom.XOXO
What a bonehead. Who asks that kind of a question??
cute post! your boys are adorable!
I am going to use caps because of how it made me feel.THIS WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!:-)I may just have to steal it. Who is this woman???? I love her 100%. She just said what I try to explain!!! Yes, to a lot of people, being a SAHM is relaxing and watching Soaps all day. H-no it's not!! ahhhh you are amazing. Love those pics too!
AMAZING!! I may have to re-post this bad boy! Thanks so much for sharing! And I love the comment above mine, too:)
Love, love, love.
Not that I ever had any problems with friends neglecting me, but I can remember life before kids and how it seemed like I would have plenty of time for a child and keeping my lifestyle going when I did. But, it's really put perfectly in this article of why that's not so. The part that really hit me (probably because I'm in the middle of it) is "resisting constant temptation to seek short-term relief at everyone's long-term expense." Sometimes it's so much easier to give in to tantrums, but that's why I'm at home with my boy - so I can teach him correctly, not let him train me.Anyway, I really love having Mom-power people out there. It's a tough job, but a good one too. I hope I can handle two boys as well as you seem to be!
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