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Stay-at-home moms should be called work-at-home moms.

That's all I have time to write.

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Oh yeah. Ask any mom who ever stayed home and she'll tell you the same thing. It's a full time job being a stay at home mom, at least it is when you're talking about a child your daughter's age!

Good to hear from you though!

You said it girl...*sigh*

It's 2:15 in the afternoon, and I"m still waiting for a chance to go brush my hair. :)

It's 2:15 in the afternoon, and I"m still waiting for a chance to go brush my hair. :)


LOL! I know that tune ;)

Seriously! I sometimes don't know how my mom keeps track of it all, since I have a hard enough time just managing my own life sometimes and she has 4 people + 1 dog to manage! Which really makes me wonder how working moms do it, as it must be like having two full-time jobs! SO much respect for all mothers, and hope that I can become one as good as all of you are one day. ♥

Nice to hear from you, hon :) *hugs*

Stay-at-home moms should be called work-at-home moms.

I thought they were; that's what I call them!!

Amen, sister ;)

*squeezes you*

I worked for 18 years then got married and became (2 years later) a stay at home mom. I have been so for 28 years now. I had more free time when I was working 80 hour weeks than I have even now when the last kid is about to start college. And now, my ailing father-in-law has had to move in with us so I have even less free time than I did with the kids!

Sympathy all around.

Hugs to you. I miss you around here.

We miss you here. But don't worry, we'll still be here whenever you can come back.

::hugs::

Homemaking is a full-time job. That's an actual saying (t-shirts, mugs, and bumper stickers!). It's there for a reason. Also, there are actually some employers who consider "homemaker" a valid listing on a resume. *hugs*

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