Mom guilt is not something I ever thought I would struggle with. I loved my career and grew up with two parents who worked long hours. I turned out fine, so why would my son be any different?
making ends meet
When they were still bitties, my boys spent $250 on Smurf berries. They had no idea they were spending real money—and neither did we until our credit card statement showed up.
There are so many reasons I should be celebrating. Making that last preschool payment should make me want to jump for joy…but I’m not.
If you’re thinking about making the shift, or are transitioning to becoming a work-at-home mom, here are ten tips that may help you.
I saw you in line on IKEA Sunday night. You were watching my husband and I interact with our children. I worried you were judging me.