Surviving Motherhood: things to get excited about, right now

Why should staying at home taking care for the kids only be biological for the mother? It may comes naturally to a woman, but man also has his right to ‘father’ his children with lots of love.
Mothering full-time is not only awesome it may be a necessary asset to bring the necessary values and ways of life to the children. though a father should also have the opportunity to do so. Therefore it would not be bad if the household duties could be shared and both parents could find out in what they are best to bring over to the children.
Being a full-time parent is not any more recognised as a hard job. It is more considered as a wast of time. Because several parents did not take the time any more to spend educational time with their children, many countries have seen generations lost and have now to cope with a lot of anti-social behaviour.
Time is at hand that women take up again their duties and show the world that they can stand their man in the household. they also should receive again the right to give also the spiritual leading for their lot. In case the man wants to go out to earn the living of the family he should give the women the leading role in the house.

Onward, Curiosity!

A friend’s dad, visiting from the UK, told me he thought that women made better stay-at-home parents.  This was within the context of my friend, his son, taking 6 weeks off in-between jobs, and going on and on about how great he would be at stay-at-home-dad-ness.  His father didn’t agree.

“It’s just natural [for women to stay home to take care of kids],” he kept saying.  “It’s biological.  It comes naturally to you.”  (By “you”, he apparently meant “all women, everywhere.”)

Really?  Because I don’t know that it comes naturally to me, let alone to most women I know.  Sure, we can give birth, and breastfeed, and all those hormones can make us superhuman, especially when it comes to getting up in the middle of the night.  But being a full-time parent is hard, people!  It’s not the running-about-after, cooking-for, cleaning-up-after a toddler that does me in; it’s the mental…

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