It’s perfectly okay if you are a stay-at-home mom and find motherhood to be the most fulfilling job on earth. It’s also just as okay if you don’t. If you tried to stay at home and couldn’t handle it, or if you didn’t want to stay at home and went back to work, you are still okay. More » Sometimes, Being A Mother Is Not Enough is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Mom’s Night Out co-director Jon Erwin has a simple message for critics who slammed his film for what the stay-at-home mom character supposedly represents. “You’re not offending me and my movie. You’re offending tens of millions of women including my wife,” Jon Erwin told Breitbart News. Show More Summary
Yes, this advice columnist is every snubbed family member’s dream come true. She tells the “perfect sister” that she’s not perfect, she’s ‘horrible’. A stay-at-home mom wrote to the “Ask Amy” advice column on May 8 seeking guidance on...Show More Summary
Stay-at-home moms and dads around the country are finding clever ways to earn money. Many of those “work from home” ads often sound too good to be true but while some of them may be scams, several parents told ABC News that they’ve found the...
My husband is technically a stay-at-home dad since we both work at home. At first, it was hard for me to shake the stay-at-home mom culture we both grew up with in Christian homes in the 80s. I always wanted to do more. More » It Is Sexist To Pity The Stay-At-Home Dad is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Is Motherhood a Job?; Best Advice Ever; Gospel of Jesus' Wife Fake? Is Motherhood a Job?—Courtney Reissig Thought this was fascinating… and shared it with Donna, my wife (who is a stay-at-home mom). Best Piece of Advice I Ever Received—Selma Wilson Listen to Selma. Show More Summary
100 percent of moms are working moms. The number of stay-at-home moms is on the rise in 21st-century America after decades of decrease, according to a Pew Research Center report released earlier this month. Pew found 29 percent of today's mothers are stay-at-home moms, up from a record low of 23 percent in 1999. Show More Summary
“Stay-at-home mother” evokes black and white images of well-coiffed women in starched aprons. Rather than a vestige of a bygone era, stay-at-home moms are on the rise, according to the findings of a new Pew Research study. In 2012, 29% of women with children under the age of 18 stayed home, a number that has […]
The Pew Research Center released a report showing that, following a long-term decline, the number of stay-at-home moms is on the rise. Nearly 30 percent of American mothers with children under 18, Pew found, do not hold a job outside the home, up from 23 percent in 1999. Show More Summary
The media have become fond in recent years of glamorizing stay-at-home moms as elite career women who have “opted out” of the workforce so they can put family first. Finally, the Pew Research Center has provided the reality check we’ve needed.
The headlines last week were that the number of stay-at-home moms is rising. A new Pew Research Center analysis of government data finds that after decades of remaining flat, the percentage of mothers who do not have jobs have jumped up from 23% to 29%. The real story, however, is the one behind the headlines. Show More Summary
It’s refreshing when the Hollywood elite go out on a ledge and say what they really think. Kirsten Dunst told the truth about how men should start acting like men and women should start acting like women, liberals hate it! ... I could...Show More Summary
More mothers in the U.S. are staying home to raise their children than in 2000, an unexpected rise noted in a new survey from the Pew Research Center, but the increase to 29 percent, from a low of 23 percent 14 years ago, doesn't mean women are putting their outside careers on hold en masse. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — The rising cost of child care is among likely reasons for a rise in the number of women staying home full-time with their children, according to a new Pew Research Center report released Tuesday.
The number of stay-at-home moms in the U.S. has grown to 29 percent of all mothers with children under 18, according to Pew. That’s up from a modern low of 23 percent in 1999. This might seem surprising—aren’t more women working these days?—but that’s simply because we’ve been trained to think of stay-at-home moms as rich suburban types. Show More Summary
I am a housewife. Well, I have a set of five-year-old twins, so, technically, that makes me a stay-at-home mom.
In the 70s my mom went from being an immigrant housewife stay-at-home mom to a bra-burning consciousness-raising feminist to a card-carrying same-sex loving lesbian. And she loved Phil Donahue. So from a young age I had a deep fondness and respect for the man. Show More Summary
The controversy over alcohol and pregnancy (Parents.com) The truth about your biological clock (Huffpost Parents) Why stay-at-home moms are the hottest women we know (Your Tango) Common core: why are they making math harder? (Babble) Ridiculously cute babies welcome you … More » Morning Feeding: Alcohol & Pregnancy is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
The philosophy of Unplug Meditation is that everyone can meditate, whether they are an ultra Type A Fortune 500 CEO or a stay-at-home mom who can barely find time to shower. As a former fashion editor who has worked for Glamour, Vogue, Elle, and Marie Claire magazines, Suze Yalof Schwartz knows the business of helping women be their best. Show More Summary
Have you been a stay-at-home mom or dad for several years? Do you now find yourself in a position where you wish to earn a paycheck for your contributions? Just in case you have been that stay-at-home parent, here are...