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Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.

 
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I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
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1. Clearly you are not a mom
2. Grow up
3. Daycare is NOTHING like parenting
4. Grow up
5. I hope you never have kids
6. Grow up
7. Stop whining about your full time job. That's life.
8. Grow up
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I would be a stay at home

any day over working in the psychopathic -sociopathic working world...

They can have their derangement eeeee
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Re: Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.
I feel sory for that idiots poor kids, thinking it is that easy will get you so frustrated you will probably beat yours when you get them
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She is clueless because she isn't a mother. She will get a big wakeup call if she does become one. No one should say anything about motherhood unless they are a mom. What I do know is taking care of someone else's kid for a few hours a day is easy. Taking care of your own 24/7 is not.
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A stay at hope moms work does not end after eight ours :)
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stay at hope mom. A typo yet so full of truth.
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OMG.......That was a total disaster. At least you understood it. lol
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I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
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1. Clearly you are not a mom
2. Grow up
3. Daycare is NOTHING like parenting
4. Grow up
5. I hope you never have kids
6. Grow up
7. Stop whining about your full time job. That's life.
8. Grow up
 Quoting: galactic butterfly


lol what an intelligent post that could be expected from a stay-at-home professional such as yourself. Kids aren't that difficult...especially when dealing with them in the confines of your own home (with financial backing from a sugar-daddy).

Get back to the kitchen. Those sandwiches aren't going to make themselves.
 Quoting: -GooGooFlexy-


Agreed. In Canada, mom's get a year off work to raise a child. After that time, so many of them have no desire to go back to work because they are so set in their ways of being with a baby that they can put down for naps or in swings and sit around and complain about how hard it has been, regardless of the fact that the working father continues to get up in the middle of the night half the time, hold down one or two jobs and relieve mom of duties when he gets home because she is tired from doing all the hard work of sticking children in front of the idiot box. And then the odd one will also comlain that the husband doesn't take her out places. We're fricken dead beat and broke!

In Canada, I'm sick and tired of women crying over how hard being a house mom is. They have that relationship with our children and bitch about it while dad is working two jobs and covering the family stuff when we get home? Eat shit. You need to grow up.
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No one is putting down the fathers here. I appreciate my husband, he works 9 hours a day 6 days a week. Sunday is his day off and I still watch the kids so he can go do what he wants, and I don't give him crap about it. I make that sacrifice because he makes the money. One day I will help him when my oldest goes to school but for now we both lose sleep and do the best we can. Try to have some compassion instead of stereotyping and assuming that everyone is a lasy-ass welfare dependant.
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This topic has already been discussed at length. chuckle

Thread: If a mothers job is the hardest job in the world...why are most housewives so fat?
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Re: Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.
I know right. I hear endless bitching about how hard school is from my girlfriend.

I'm taking a bigger class load than her and working 50-60 hours a week in three jobs.

owhine
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Silly. There are fat women who work 40 hours a week just like there are skinny house mothers out there too.
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I am the single mom of beautiful girls.

I balanced work and the raising of my girls. Unfortunately the dad is non-existent in their lives. I don't whine about it because honestly I chose him and have to live with the bad choice. He has to live with the fact that he missed out on their lives when he walked out on them at 5 and 2 and 2 to be with his new girlfriend. They are now 18, 16 and 16. Was it hard? Sometimes. Would I want it any differently? Absolutely not.

They are blessings. The roles have reversed. Sometimes life makes us bitter or angry or short tempered. They teach me to be a better person. They teach me to love others. They are the first to want to give to someone in need. When I cry, they are there to offer comfort. When they cry, I want to beat the shit out of who hurt them. Haha

They have succeeded in school. The 18 year old just got a boyfriend. The 16 year olds aren't interested yet. Fun for us is going to the movies on the weekends, singing karaoke or just dancing like loons on our new hardwood floors. They make me laugh. They are my everything.

They have made me who I am and I don't regret a single moment. The struggles got us to this point and made me and my girls who we are.
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After working for 20+ years and getting up at 4:30 am, being stressed beyond belief, I am now a SAHM and it's been wonderful!

I'm grateful and thankful that I am now able to be a homemaker. It's what I always wanted!
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My husband and I adopted out daughter five years ago. My criteria was that I wanted to stay home with her until she was in school full time.

The legal fees got out of control and I had to work after she was born...told myself it was just for a little while. I did manage to nab a job working from home but it was an intense job. At least I was near her while the babysitter took care of her during working hours and that was a small comfort.

Then my husband got sick and is unable to work...My little one is now five and will go to school next year and I am still working from home. I desperately need the money so work my butt off and have gotten promoted to an even higher position and more stress. My husband is well enough to care for our daughter and I am still here all day. However, it is difficult to concentrate with a five year old running into my office every five minutes.

I won't require a closed door policy with my child. Being available to her is why I work from home. However, I am destracted so many times throughout the day, I have to work more hours after she goes to bed...

I am sad, I really wanted to stay with her full time, but at least I have done the best I could.

For you moms that can stay home, please appreciate it.
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I stayed at home while my kids were young and I don't regret a single moment.

You're right, there are lots of positives about it.

But, sometimes it gets a bit lonely spending the day without adult conversation. At least you get to go out to lunch with coworkers, talking about interesting things, and not read the same children's story books over and over again.

Other than that, I did love being there for my children. It was the one thing I appreciated about my own childhood - that I could come home after school on a rainy and sit in front of the furnace with a cup of hot chocolate without going to some daycare with a bunch of sneezing snotty nose kids.
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I am a single stay at home father. I do the laundry, fix meals for my son, do the shopping, everything a stay at home mom would do.

BUT I also have a career. I work in information security for one of those evil TARP banks. I am a telecommuter and work from home 100% of the time.

Stay at home mothers have it easy.
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I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27493615


1. Clearly you are not a mom
2. Grow up
3. Daycare is NOTHING like parenting
4. Grow up
5. I hope you never have kids
6. Grow up
7. Stop whining about your full time job. That's life.
8. Grow up
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U R A Canucktard Kunt
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Now see? Your mama should have spent some time teaching you that words are not just battering rams used by the weak-minded and stupid among us, such as yourself. Shame on her.
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Re: Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.
I know stay at home moms who moan and whine about how hard it is- they have to clean the house, do laundry, make meals, etc. Well, guess what? Some of us with kids do those things AND get up and go to work everyday.
No sympathy for stay at home moaners.
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I have been both a stay at home Mom and a working Mom so i have seen and experienced both worlds. the Stay at home Mom job is tons easier!
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Plus I never experinced the kind of stress that i do now working.
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omg don't get me started. I babysit 3 preschool children 12 hours a day. I love the kids, but hate the lazy bitch of a mother. After all I do for these children three healthy, meals a day from scratch, changing three poopy diapers that would gag a maggot, the bitch has the nerve to want me to clean her house. apparently to busy drinking wine and sleeping with a waste of space boyfriend. Yes, I agree parenting is the hardest job in the world IF YOU DO IT RIGHT. In the end the most rewarding. You just have to wait for the rewarding part until they are about 30 something.
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Re: Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.
Are you sure that's "how hard they have it", not "how hard they get it every time the postman comes round"?
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I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27493615


1. Clearly you are not a mom
2. Grow up
3. Daycare is NOTHING like parenting
4. Grow up
5. I hope you never have kids
6. Grow up
7. Stop whining about your full time job. That's life.
8. Grow up
 Quoting: galactic butterfly


U R A Canucktard Kunt
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This site should block Canadian IPs. The collective iq here would go up dramatically.
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Must be a troll or shill.
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Re: Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.
I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27493615


1. Clearly you are not a mom
2. Grow up
3. Daycare is NOTHING like parenting
4. Grow up
5. I hope you never have kids
6. Grow up
7. Stop whining about your full time job. That's life.
8. Grow up
 Quoting: galactic butterfly


+1000
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I knew a simple minded girl like this . She worked in daycare for not even three months and thought she knew everything about children . She was 17, never had any children of her own but would go around telling parents (not at the daycare) how and what they should do with their kids.

This is the same person who I let live in my house and talked shit about me in my house on a daily basis ..then eventually got kicked out by police because her , her sister and mother(all living in MY HOUSE) tried to all attack me at once from different angles with my newborn and other kids in the next room.


Clearly she was idiot with a fucked up logic .
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Re: Sick of stay at home moms whining about how 'hard' they have it.
I have no children so can't much comment. But the majority of my friends worked with their Children from about year one ( full time, not a play job of part time ) . The women I know who stayed home, sat around and stacked it on whilst really just doing very little.

Honestly all you need to do is go to a mcdonalds drive through after school hrs. You will see a HUGE line of cars with the " stay at home mummas " driving their kids for a snack straight after school pickup from MACCAS... sorry this says the lot to me.

All the things listed here as a " job " , housework, cooking, billpaying etc etc.. they need to be done by anyone. Gosh some single mothers do all that and earn the money to pay those bills and mortgage ;o)
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I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
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You're an idiot.


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i agree. i raised my kids alone and ran a business. im a mom and dad.....
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I worked full time in my mom's daycare as a teen, I know exactly what goes into childcare and moms exaggerate it big time. It is an exhausting and demanding job, yes... but so is working in a restaurant, so is delivering pizza. It's funny since a stay at home mom has it easy as hell. you get to stay in your own house...own sofa, kitchen, TV. Plus, the kids sleep for 8 hours and are at school for another 6 hours. How is it so hard? Meanwhile I work full time in a real career with demanding skills that people would kick doors down to try to take from me. The whole movement for moms needing the recognition on the level of a lawyer or doctor is pathetic
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I agree with this, but not just based on the fact that they are staying at home.
It's a choice to breed. If you can't handle it, don't do it. I can't handle it, so I've not done it yet. I'm not going to feel sorry for someone just because they brought a child into the world. They don't have to be stay-at-home moms either. It applies to "single moms" as well.
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I'm a stay at home mum. I have 2 kiddies, ones at school the other is not school age yet.

From the minute I wake up to the minute i go to sleep I am doing something for someone else. Do you get to relax when you get home from work? There is no end of work for us lol. I wouldn't change it for the world but it's not always easy. I think you are being a little rude and i would like to see you do it for a week then come back and tell me how easy it was :)
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Sorry hunny but working in a daycare is NOTHING like being a mother.regarless if your a stay at home mom or working mom its the HARDEST job there is! working in a daycare you get to send the kids home every night with their parents while their parents are feeding them,bathing them and many other things you were more than likely kicking uo your tootsies resting from the exhausting day you just had.until you are a MOM or dad you have no right saying we moms have it easy.get back to us when you have kids to let us know how easy it is.im sure in a daycare you also didnt have a house and a husband to take care of also .you sound like a immature ahole so GROW THE F UP!

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