Stay at home moms
Proud mama

United States

#62 May 13, 2013
Do you believe it wrote:
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Very nice...I appreciate the literacy in your post:)
A marriage is a partnership and it isn't about who works harder. But, the choice to stay at home still remains the same. You choose to stay at home, I would choose the same! It is by far the easier thing to do! Every kid will want more time with their parents, even the ones that are being beaten and abused want more time with mommy and daddy. Sometimes, you just gotta cut the umbilical cord. I don't care if you are a stay at home parent, do it to it, but don't devalue the parents that work their butts off and still find the time to raise their kids. Whether you say those exact words or not, when you put more value on staying at home watching your kids than a working parent, that is exactly what you are doing. But anyway, just wanted to thank you for your post...much better than that last one I responded to, whew.
And thank you for an educated reasonable reply! I see there is still hope lol. I agree, to each his own. And I will be a working mother once my youngest is in school. I personally just dont want to miss out on what I missed with my first. I have much respect for working parents, I was one. My entire comments and posts are primarily directed at the ones saying sahm's are lazy, fat, uneducated, ect..whatever all was said by the original poster and those that agreed. I'm just saying not ALL sahm or sahd are lazy and not teaching their kids, letting them eat chips and junk all day, ect. If you work and take care of kids, I give you two big thumbs up. If you stay home and take care of kids, I give you two big thumbs up. I've said previously, as long as the children are taken care of, loved, and happy then who cares how it's done? It seems to me all of us on this thread care for our children. That should be a good thing, all of these negative nellies are making it about them when it should about wether or not the children are taken care of. Who cares who pays, who cares what tv or lack of they watch, who cares if they eat fast food or home cooked, at least they eat! Anyway, back to my point, not all sahp are lazy as the o.p suggested.
stay at home mom

Dublin, OH

#63 May 13, 2013
@Do you believe it, hope you never have kids you fugly b***ch!! Your mom should havee exercisef her right to choose and aborted your @ss! When you sleep tonight, hope you don't wake up c**t! To reality check, hope you die from HIV!!
okay

Ray, OH

#64 May 13, 2013
Do you believe it why are judging moms working or not say something when u r a mom dummy cause it changes your whole life nothing is about yourself anymore its all about that baby u bring into the world some moms work theirvasses off to give their kids the best schooling saving for college and financially doing their best for them and then clock out and give all their time then some women give up working to stay at homebit is a choice who cares either way the kids have a mom that loves them that's all that matters
stay at home mom

Dublin, OH

#65 May 13, 2013
^Have ^ exercised
Candace

Findlay, OH

#66 May 13, 2013
okay wrote:
Do you believe it why are judging moms working or not say something when u r a mom dummy cause it changes your whole life nothing is about yourself anymore its all about that baby u bring into the world some moms work theirvasses off to give their kids the best schooling saving for college and financially doing their best for them and then clock out and give all their time then some women give up working to stay at homebit is a choice who cares either way the kids have a mom that loves them that's all that matters
What the heck are you trying to say? Use english please.
okay

Ray, OH

#67 May 13, 2013
Shut up bitch easy to read sorry my smartphone has a small keyboard my husband bought me I do have a college degree like how people see a little typing error and act like they are a genious lol cville is full of dumbasses
miserylovescompa ny

Ray, OH

#68 May 13, 2013
The people running their mouth about stay at home moms are just jealous or just mad they dnt get more credit for working take your misery to the right person not other moms or try being humble to show your kids how strong you are not to be so judging of someone else's life you are not going to find happiness that way

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#69 May 13, 2013
Get your degree, that’s what my father taught us. He used to say it gives you options in life.I felt huge guilt when I was a stay-at home mother, for not using my education, for not being out there.I think it’s good for kids to see both of their parent working. Because that’s what kids will learn from and emulate.It’s good for kids to see both of their parents working,I think it’s an important statement of what people can do.((I like what I see so now i'm following you.)) One of the ingredients of being a good mother is showing your children that women can succeed professionally. I knew I was giving my kids the one thing they needed more than anything—a mom who loves herself and who can teach her kids how to love themselves as well.

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#70 May 13, 2013
miserylovescompany wrote:
The people running their mouth about stay at home moms are just jealous or just mad they dnt get more credit for working take your misery to the right person not other moms or try being humble to show your kids how strong you are not to be so judging of someone else's life you are not going to find happiness that way
Are you brain dead ?

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#71 May 13, 2013
stay at home mom wrote:
@Do you believe it, hope you never have kids you fugly b***ch!! Your mom should havee exercisef her right to choose and aborted your @ss! When you sleep tonight, hope you don't wake up c**t! To reality check, hope you die from HIV!!
What is ur problem? YOUR A COMPLETE IDIOT!! I hope you don't teach ur kids to be like mommy.
WorkingDad

Brinkhaven, OH

#72 May 13, 2013
As a working father and husband I have a very open mind to both sides because my wife and I have been in both situations. At on time I'm my life I was making more than enough for my wife to have the "choice" as to work or stay home with our child. We discussed it,came to a decision as parents with the best interest of our daughter in mind and took it from there. At one point the economy took a dive and EVERYONE was at risk of a lay off, and that's what happened,a lot of us did get laid off. So for a while I was the stay at home dad,while collecting a check still that I had worked hard for many years for. Once my wife found a "career" not just a job she took it and when the time was right I went back to work. My point is this.....instead of ANYBODY getting on here and just bashing(attacked or not) I challenge you to step back and take a look at the fact that not ONE of our situations are the same. We all have to adjust to certain things in life and when children are involved as GOOD parents we adjust and adapt our life with the BEST interest if our children in mind. So that being said.....stay at home mom or working mom(or dad),I extend my respect to ALL the ones that are doing what's in the best interest of your gifts from God! None of us are here to judge nor should we. Do what's right by you and yours and when you feel the need to criticize how someone else is raising their kids,well......sounds like you need a hobby....:-), hope you all have a wonderful rest of the week!
stay at home mom

Dublin, OH

#73 May 13, 2013
Remember n1991 wrote:
<quoted text>What is ur problem? YOUR A COMPLETE IDIOT!! I hope you don't teach ur kids to be like mommy.
F**k you, bi*ch!
WorkingDad

Brinkhaven, OH

#74 May 13, 2013
stay at home mom wrote:
<quoted text>F**k you, bi*ch!
SMH,in the words of a once famous black man "Can't we all just get along?" Hahahaha,hope I made you and "Remember" laugh a little. Not saying to kiss and make up but how about just walk away from each other and call it a wash? For that matter you ladies can feel free to yell at me instead of each other.....I don't mind I DO have an ex wife and "selective hearing" that I have learned to master quite well lmao!!!! ;-)

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#75 May 13, 2013
WorkingDad wrote:
<quoted text>SMH,in the words of a once famous black man "Can't we all just get along?" Hahahaha,hope I made you and "Remember" laugh a little. Not saying to kiss and make up but how about just walk away from each other and call it a wash? For that matter you ladies can feel free to yell at me instead of each other.....I don't mind I DO have an ex wife and "selective hearing" that I have learned to master quite well lmao!!!! ;-)
lol,lol,lol....Think I'll take ur advice on that and walk....lol replying to a hmmmmmm i'll say (person)like that would just be pointless anyways

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#76 May 13, 2013
stay at home mom wrote:
<quoted text>F**k you, bi*ch!
omg! such big words. You are so intelligent, I'd surely be proud to call you mommy!
MOMMY,Will you buy me some bubble gum when you get your food stamps the first.I promise I'll be good and not bother you when you and ur friends are hiding out in the bathroom smoking that glass straw thingy...I LOVE YOU MOMMY UR THE GREATEST Its ok I'm hungry when i go to sleep ur still the bestest mommy in the world.

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#77 May 13, 2013
WorkingDad wrote:
<quoted text>SMH,in the words of a once famous black man "Can't we all just get along?" Hahahaha,hope I made you and "Remember" laugh a little. Not saying to kiss and make up but how about just walk away from each other and call it a wash? For that matter you ladies can feel free to yell at me instead of each other.....I don't mind I DO have an ex wife and "selective hearing" that I have learned to master quite well lmao!!!! ;-)
hey...sorry i tried to walk can't help it its in my nature i'm a women
pathetic

Powell, OH

#78 May 13, 2013
Proud mama wrote:
This has GOT to be a joke! ALL stay at home moms are lazy? Are you even a mother or have any kids? Yes, SOME are lazy and use kids as a cop out, but some of us do not. I happen to be a stay at home mom until my youngest is school age. By the way, she is 3 and thanks to me, knows her alphabet and can count to 15 already. I worked and put my oldest in day care. During that time, I missed his first word, first steps, first time standing. The sitter got to witness that, not me, because I was working 50-60 hours a week. So a few years later we decided to have another and I chose to be a stay at home mother so I could raise her through those firsts, not some baby sitter. Neither of my children are over weight, nor am I. My oldest plays sports not xbox, my youngest is learning about gardening, again thanks to me. My husband has a nice job and we do not get any help. My house is very much clean except the occasion the kids mess their bedrooms up but it gets picked up before bed. I cook 3 home cooked meals a day and if my children do their chores they can have a piece of cake or watch a movie of their choice, or whatever it is they are wanting at the moment. So before judging us all, try meeting the good ones or try having kids before judging those of us that dont want a daycare or sitter raising our kids. As far as not affording it or lowering standards, thats got to be a joke too. NO ONE should have low standards on who watches their children, thats how children end up in the news for not so good reasons. To address being uneducated mothers, I was in the medical field and you need to have a brain to finish that schooling and pass those state tests. Go get educated yourself.
p.s, yes I read a topix forum and posted on it. I recently heard of this site and check it out from time to time so I can get a good laugh at moronic statements like yours. Does not mean anything other than I got on the internet, which millions of people do every day whether they are male, female, young, old, work, unemployed, smart, stupid, black, white, brown, ect. It says nothing of who I am other than a person checking out whats going on in the community and who likes to laugh
Agree!!!!!
pathetic

Powell, OH

#79 May 13, 2013
SinnisterGrin wrote:
1. Send your kids to to daycare and increase the risk or them being molested or abused, what a brilliant plan.
2. Great, more tax dollars being shelled out for assistance.
3. How do you know what stay at home mother's do with their children?
4. This is just plain ignorant. A stay at home mother has the time to prepare a well balanced meal for her family, it is typically working parents that just hit the McDonald's drive thru.
5. Again, just plain ignorant.

If a family has the financial security to have a parent stay home with them then so be it. Maybe if parents started raising their own children instead of relying on daycare and the school system, which consists of people you don't know, the children would be far better off.
Agree again!
Buy a clue

Columbus, OH

#80 May 14, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
This seems timely since yesterday was mothers day. I think anyone who Is a stay at mom home Is lazy... But don't discount me or my statement as trolling because I have legitimate reasons to support the fact that all stay at home moms are lazy.
1. They could easily get a job and send kids to daycare.
2. If you cant afford the daycare maybe you need to lower your standards or seek assistance.
3. Most all stay at home moms say they watch their kids all day. But they dont do anything beneficial or educational with their kids.(This Is probably because all stay at home moms are less educated than other women.) Or lazy
4. Their kids are fatter and more unhealthy because they are too lazy to feed their kids good food other than Doritos.
5. All stay at home moms can talk to their girlfriends about TV shows they watch. But cant share cleaning tips.(Because they dont clean or watch kids, just TV)
Its pretty obvious they are lazy. I shudder to hear a woman proudly say she Is a stay at home mom. Its a cop out for lazy women. If you notice almost all of them are fat as well versus hard working women with jobs.
You claim to not be a troll, yet you display the same level of ignorance as one. I am a psychologist and a mother. I do not know your background or your education. However, I do know mine, and I cam assure you am well educated on human behavior.

That being said--you are wrong.Plain and simple. I will go out on a limb and guess your opinions do come from your own life experiences which leads you to believe they are fact. Humanity's biggest problem is that everyone lives in their own little world and are often closed to outside stimuli, leading to low levels of respect and tolerance. While you are wrong, it is also alright and normal to be wrong in life. The key to personnel growth is recognizing failures and learning from them. It is never to late for positive change.
Shut Up

Buchtel, OH

#81 May 14, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
This seems timely since yesterday was mothers day. I think anyone who Is a stay at mom home Is lazy... But don't discount me or my statement as trolling because I have legitimate reasons to support the fact that all stay at home moms are lazy.
1. They could easily get a job and send kids to daycare.
2. If you cant afford the daycare maybe you need to lower your standards or seek assistance.
3. Most all stay at home moms say they watch their kids all day. But they dont do anything beneficial or educational with their kids.(This Is probably because all stay at home moms are less educated than other women.) Or lazy
4. Their kids are fatter and more unhealthy because they are too lazy to feed their kids good food other than Doritos.
5. All stay at home moms can talk to their girlfriends about TV shows they watch. But cant share cleaning tips.(Because they dont clean or watch kids, just TV)
Its pretty obvious they are lazy. I shudder to hear a woman proudly say she Is a stay at home mom. Its a cop out for lazy women. If you notice almost all of them are fat as well versus hard working women with jobs.
I am a stay at home mom and I consider my job hardest in t e world. I have worked outside the home home for years. I have had factory and waitressing jobs and other physically demanding jobs. And you know whta neuther of them was as hard as being a stay at home mom. You see some of us stay at home moms literally cook, clean, do laundry, fed the kids, do dishes,sew clothes,listen to your teenagers complaints for hours, do yard work, swing our kids on the swing set, barely have time for showers and to put on make-up,, bathe our kids and read them good night stories, never have time for television or facebook because we are cooking and cleaning. I have friends who work outside the home but the baby sitter are watching their kids most of the tome and the grandparents. The mothers who work outside the home also take over an hour to get dressed for work and put on a ton of make-up. They stop and get a latte before work. They sit and type a lot thru the day at work and they get several coffee breaks and gossip all day at work. They come home after 6 o'clock they have hair dresser appointments and nail appointments and the kids have already been fed and if not then they all go to Mcdonalds or Burger King and spend close to 2 hours there then they come home watch TV and send their kids to bed. The real work is actually being at home and actually listening and disciplining your kids and really taking time to be a true mother. A mother who stays at home is concerned for her kids and knows where they are at all the time. I think it is so much easier to have a job and not pay much attention to your kids at all.

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