Friday, April 13, 2012
The Working Mother
I find it hilarious when Liberals give the public a glimpse of who they really are right on cable television! Oops!
The Working Mother
What Ms. Rosen fails to realize is that ALL mothers are working mothers whether they work inside the home, outside the home, or both.
ALL mothers are working mothers.
What our Dear Leader, Mr. Obama, fails to realize when he said he and his wife didn't have the "luxury" for her to stay home, is that many couples do not enter lightly when making the decision for the mom to stay home with the kids. Most do not consider it a luxury, but more of a sacrifice.
In 2008, Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin was excoriated by the Liberals for not being a stay-at-home mom of five kids. She was belittled for, *gasp*, having a professional career outside the home!
Flash forward to 2012. Now Ann Romney, wife of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, is excoriated by the Liberals for being a stay-at-home mom of five kids.
Can you see why people are getting dizzy with all this?
All we ask for is a little consistency! But Ms. Rosen took off her mask for a bit and gave the general public a glimpse of the Liberal. She showed us how they all think and what they all think.
A Privilege...a Blessing
I thank God I had the chance to stay home with our son. I was able to attend every class party, field trip (until he told me I couldn't go anymore...7th grade, I think it was), and drive him to and from school most everyday for nine years.
Money was tight, but it was well worth it. I have all those memories to cherish! Memories of picking him up at the bus stop and walking him home. Memories of Christmas concerts and Valentine's Day parties. Class pictures. Being there when the nurse called to say he was sick. Playing "Alien Spaceship" or "Pokemon" battles with him in the living room day after day after day. Sigh.
Going without life's luxuries was well worth it. I would gladly do it again.
So, hats off to all you stay-at-home moms who deal with the everyday issues of grocery shopping, coupon cutting, meal planning, illnesses, lesson plans, carpooling, play dates, etc.
And hats off to all you moms who work outside the home and all the issues you deal with too. I know, I've been in BOTH situations and it isn't easy.
Being a mom is WORK!