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To women like the one in the article, two words: Good luck. 

It's a given that parents should support their children financially, emotionally and spiritually. Don't think a single soul would argue the point.

But to suggest that the only proper way to support children is for the mother to be a stay at home mom is baloney. 

Now here's where the luck comes in:  

I've seen what your husbands do when they tire of you and your over pampered, spoiled children.

That 20 year old secretary with a closet full of tight skirts and brand new 38D ta-tas, is one skillful bit*h on her knees. Believe it. Blow-jobs win over botox everytime my dear.  If walls in the executive restroom could talk, it'd be X rated.

Say 'goodbye' to your club memberships, household help, jets and cars and plastic surgery nip/tucks. And say 'hello' to your new full time job- finding a new wallet to support you.

Oh yes...you'll be working outside the home then. You'll work very hard indeed.

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so she is against women working....well she can feel that way

but many women want to work and many households need two incomes

people act like kids are not learning and strengthening their social skills in daycare

if that is case kids should only be homeschooled as well

my mother was able to stay at home for 3 years with my brother, but only three months with me.....times changed and if she wanted her same position she had to go back

I had babysitters in the neighborhood (one family that kept me, we still are in contact to this day - came my college graduation, wedding) and I did after school care and did the same program in the summer

in the other thread I stated how involved my parents were and it included coming to games, performances, all my teacher meetings/open houses, girl scout meetings (my mom), parent group meetings in high school and even up to my undergrad years....they visited me often

I can see how some think you need to stay at home all the time with your kids, but they can also miss out by not interacting with other kids and not receiving a challenging enough curriculum

you can be super involved and work....it's very hard but possible



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daycare is needed for most children because it teaches them the basics that they need to know before starting school.
A lot of funding for daycare has been cut working mothers need child care.
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if she were wealthy she'd have a nanny or an au pair

She's being unnecessarily pretentious 
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think i'ma shake things up a bit and place myself in the hot seat. 
*dodges tomatoes*

do yall agree with this?

top 10 reasons why people have children.

1. To have someone who would take care of them when they get old. 

2. To carry on family name. 

3. Because they love babies. 

4. It's human nature. 

5. Pregnancy and childbirth are life experiences. 

6. To let their children (who don't exist yet) experience the joy of existence.

7. To give parents grandchildren.

8. To embody love for each other. 

9. They want children of their own, with their own bloodline. 

10. They don't know.




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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

if she were wealthy she'd have a nanny or an au pair

She's being unnecessarily pretentious 


I don't know Ricky.

I don't know what level of wealth we're talking but she enjoys rearing her children and thinks she should be the one to do it.

They are comfortable millionaires .
She could afford a nanny if need be I suppose .

I know of her bc the FA I work with has some of their investment dollars under management



She volunteers in Uganda too .
I think she is really into child rearing and development

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11.  to keep a man


just saying what i've seen.
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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

11.  to keep a man


just saying what i've seen.



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12. couldn't afford an abortion..
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