I have been a stay-at-home/work-at-home mom for four years now. Before my kids were in school all day, or when they were only in preschool two or three mornings a week, I would sometimes take them to a nearby drop-off preschool. Sometimes it was because I had an appointment, and sometimes I just needed a break. Show More Summary
"'What gets me through the day & stops me from pulling a Thelma & Louise,' read the title of one of McCabe’s archived posts from April 2012. In the posting, the wife and stay-at-home mom describes several things that help “get her through” life — including her husband, family and friends. Show More Summary
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took President Barack Obama to the woodshed, saying he should be "spanked" for denigrating stay-at-home moms. Saying that Obama declared that "stay-at-home moms aren't worth a hill of beans," Palin,...Show More Summary
President Obama is not only presuming to know what children need, but also what women want. He is an expert on neither.
Post by Jenny Erikson. President Obama stepped in it again. Last week he gave a speech in Rhode Island about how women need state-funded preschool in our ongoing quest for workplace equality and equal pay for equal work. You know, because...Show More Summary
by Anna Maria Hoffman On Halloween, President Obama made a speech at Rhode Island College in Providence, RI, proclaiming that big government economic policies, such as universal, taxpayer-funded preschool education,
Just when I thought this President could not say or do anything worse than he already has, he comes out against ‘stay-at-home’ moms: “Sometimes, someone, usually Mom, leaves the workplace to stay home with the kids,which then leaves her earning a lower wage for the rest of her life as a result,” he said. “That’s […]
IT’S COME TO THIS: Obama on Moms Who Stay Home to Raise Kids: ‘That’s Not a Choice We Want Americans to Make.’ Of course not. Stay-at-home moms vote Republican. Related: Mollie Hemingway: 3 Reasons President Obama Is Wrong About Stay-At-Home Mothers. Maybe so, but this is really all about the voting-Republican thing.
Former Governor Sarah Palin laid into Barack Obama for insulting stay-at-home moms this week. Obama told a crowd of clueless female supporters that being a stay-at-home mother is “not a choice we want Americans to make.” It wasn’t the first … Continue reading ?
President Barack Obama delivered a speech in Rhode Island today where he touched on the gender wage gap, much of which is due to women leaving the workplace to take care of their children. You can watch his speech below: … More » Barack...Show More Summary
During a speech Obama recently gave in Rhode Island, he revealed the level of disrespect he has for women (or men) who choose to stay at home to raise their children. This
Good grief. Tell us how you really feel, Barack. Barack Obama told a crowd of clueless female supporters that being a stay-at-home mother is “not a choice we want Americans to make.”
Dear Mr. President: This morning, you gave a speech in Rhode Island that was centered on women's equality. You addressed the important issues of equal pay for equal work, paid maternity and family leave, and the high cost of daycare...
After I had my daughter, I felt the need to devote myself entirely to her. I became a stay-at-home mom and did just that. While my husband worked, I stayed home with our baby and nursed her, read to her, dangled toys in front of her, and took care of all of her needs while also taking care of our home. Show More Summary
Emily Badger talks to mothers supporting Oregon’s legalization initiative: If Oregon sufficiently undermines the black market, marijuana wouldn’t be sold, as [stay-at-home mom and Yes on 91 supporter Leah] Maurer puts it, “everywhere.” And where it is sold, government would control access the same way it does to age-restricted alcohol. Teens of course still get […]
Many times when people ask me what I do, I get mixed responses when I explain that I’m a stay-at-home mom. Some people are a little put off by it (which is totally fine), while others look at me as if I have stumbled upon this lucky coin in life. Show More Summary
Oh, the poor, exhausted stay-at-home mother: her yoga pants constantly covered in little people's various body fluids and her dreams of backpacking across Europe flushed down the toilet with her cell phone (courtesy of her toddler).
If Jessa Duggar doesn’t want to follow in Michelle Duggar’s footsteps by settling for being just a stay-at-home mom, perhaps she can create her own new fun career that she can practice from the comfort of her own home: Instagram evangelizing. Show More Summary
My mom was a stay-at-home mom for most of my childhood. Once we entered junior high, she went to work and my brothers and I were allowed to get off the bus by ourselves. We made the long trek down the drive and let ourselves into the house: sometimes when we forgot the key, my [...]