Stay-home Mothers
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spit-shiner

Cookeville, TN

#1 Dec 21, 2012
I am a stay home mother of around 7 years. Children are school-aged now and as some would wonder why in hail I would be complaining is because it gets very lonely during the days. I'm wondering what other stay-home mothers do to keep themselves saine. There's only so much housework a woman can do before the repetitiveness of it will eat at your brain and devour your sense of self. Help! Need a mothers club with adult conversations!
sdfh

Cookeville, TN

#2 Dec 21, 2012
spit-shiner wrote:
I'm wondering what other stay-home mothers do to keep themselves saine.
Get jobs.
Spell Checker

Shelbyville, TN

#3 Dec 21, 2012
What you need is a dictionary and a job.
spit-shiner

Cookeville, TN

#4 Dec 21, 2012
Ok, no trolls accepted. And if your so weak minded that spell check errors give you nervous breakdowns then get commuted somewhere. This is a serious question and unless your a mother who doesn't have to work- then shhhh. I can fuss with small children anytime. This is why I need REAL conversation. Smh.
spit-shiner

Cookeville, TN

#5 Dec 21, 2012
And HAIL was intentional, but thanks. Now, you need to go play on a forum that teaches phonics to people who give a DAM.
Herald The Ladies Man

Cookeville, TN

#6 Dec 21, 2012
I have been providing quality entertainment for stay at home moms for 25 years. Your place or mine.
waitasec

Cookeville, TN

#7 Dec 21, 2012
spit-shiner wrote:
I am a stay home mother of around 7 years. Children are school-aged now and as some would wonder why in hail I would be complaining is because it gets very lonely during the days. I'm wondering what other stay-home mothers do to keep themselves saine. There's only so much housework a woman can do before the repetitiveness of it will eat at your brain and devour your sense of self. Help! Need a mothers club with adult conversations!
Get a job at one of the schools, you'll be off when your kids are off, and have adult conversations! Don't want a job (or need one) volunteer at the schools.
spit-shiner

Cookeville, TN

#8 Dec 21, 2012
waitasec wrote:
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Get a job at one of the schools, you'll be off when your kids are off, and have adult conversations! Don't want a job (or need one) volunteer at the schools.
To volunteer is an option, thanks! Although, I do have a lot that has to be done at home on a daily basis- like laundry, cooking, cleaning, etc. I'd like a little time out of the house without it getting too demanding on account of taking care of every single thing at home and making sure its running properly is a full time job in itself. Anyone who stays home knows that is a job that literally consists of 24 hr days/ 7 days a week. Thank you though! Its an option for a possible few hours a week for sure!
Lame

Boiling Springs, SC

#9 Dec 21, 2012
People are not going to feel sorry for you. There are plenty of women that do the same thing as you but work 40 plus hours per week. If you are bored then contribute to the household income, use your income to pay off the mortgage faster or invest. You need to grow up and experience the real world, no pitty for you here. If you want an adult conversation you need adult experiences.
spit-shiner

Cookeville, TN

#10 Dec 21, 2012
I never even implied on any form of pitty, hater. I working/a job is not the issue here. Pay attention in class and you will learn a thing or two. I want to KNOW, from other women 'like' me, what activities there are to do in this town. If you don't know of anything except to repeat "Get a job", then be quiet. That idea has already been noted. With the lack of jobs out there it looks like you wouldn't need any more competition than what's already out there, right? You do you and let me do me. Then we can all just get along.:)
beggar

Cookeville, TN

#11 Dec 22, 2012
I do take some house wives bowling in this town in the afternoon maybe you would be interested in this kind of relief.
sneaky

Livingston, TN

#12 Dec 22, 2012
spit-shiner wrote:
I am a stay home mother of around 7 years. Children are school-aged now and as some would wonder why in hail I would be complaining is because it gets very lonely during the days. I'm wondering what other stay-home mothers do to keep themselves saine. There's only so much housework a woman can do before the repetitiveness of it will eat at your brain and devour your sense of self. Help! Need a mothers club with adult conversations!
have affairs
Get Over It

Cookeville, TN

#13 Dec 22, 2012
Get a job and quit acting like being a stay at home mom is such a burden. I was a stay at home mom until my oldest daughter turned 14. It's obvious that you're fishing for complements about your "dedication" and your "24/7 position with no pay" (and other phrases that people like you insist on complimenting yourselves with)
pizza

Cookeville, TN

#14 Dec 22, 2012
What's the difference between a stay at home mom and a freeloader?
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Nothing. They both bum off somebody else's money.
try

United States

#15 Dec 22, 2012
Have you tried doing crafts? I was a stay at home mom for about two years. I started making bows and painting. Then I started selling them. It's a good way to stay busy and make some extra cash also. Hope this helps:)
grannyL

Baxter, TN

#16 Dec 22, 2012
pizza wrote:
What's the difference between a stay at home mom and a freeloader?
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Nothing. They both bum off somebody else's money.
Really? I have worked & I have been a stay at home mom...some of us don't sit back doing nothing...some of us gets up early, takes care of kids, cook, clean, wash clothes, take care of kids, cook, clean...cook supper, clean up supper, take care of kids, bath kids & get them to bed...as a stay at home mom there is no time clock & no pay check or vacation time...a good stay at home mom is not a free loader...
HAHA

Cookeville, TN

#17 Dec 22, 2012
grannyL wrote:
<quoted text>Really? I have worked & I have been a stay at home mom...some of us don't sit back doing nothing...some of us gets up early, takes care of kids, cook, clean, wash clothes, take care of kids, cook, clean...cook supper, clean up supper, take care of kids, bath kids & get them to bed...as a stay at home mom there is no time clock & no pay check or vacation time...a good stay at home mom is not a free loader...
LMFGDAO you walked RIGHT into that other person's comment:

"Get a job and quit acting like being a stay at home mom is such a burden. I was a stay at home mom until my oldest daughter turned 14. It's obvious that you're fishing for complements about your "dedication" and your "24/7 position with no pay" (and other phrases that people like you insist on complimenting yourselves with)"

Way to hang yourself, moron.
negatory

Cookeville, TN

#18 Dec 22, 2012
grannyL wrote:
<quoted text>Really? I have worked & I have been a stay at home mom...some of us don't sit back doing nothing...some of us gets up early, takes care of kids, cook, clean, wash clothes, take care of kids, cook, clean...cook supper, clean up supper, take care of kids, bath kids & get them to bed...as a stay at home mom there is no time clock & no pay check or vacation time...a good stay at home mom is not a free loader...
Oh enough with the this is a real job bullshit. There are plenty of women, and men too for that matter, who do all that PLUS work for a living. Sometimes even without the help of a partner. I have never seen anybody who was whiner than the shamelessly stereotypical faux-jaded stay at home mom.
Linda

Cookeville, TN

#19 Dec 22, 2012
If you are a stay-at-home-mom without interests outside of your kids, hobbies, or marketable skills, you are a loser. No ifs, ands or buts about it.

If any more stay-at-home-mom tries to tell me that they are pro-women's rights because the chose their lives (all by themselves!), I am going to pour battery acid in my own eyes.

Listen people, in a lifetime, we can choose to do a lot of things. For example, I could choose to sleep under bridges and blow homeless men for cigarettes. I could choose to masturbate with peanut butter and store my umbrella in my vagina. This doesn't make me sane. Likewise, if you choose to sit around watching episodes of 'The Young and The Restless' instead of enriching your mind, you are not a Feminist. You are a silly ninny who is pissing away her life, but canít admit it. Youíre simply masking your failures as 'choices' because it helps you to sleep at night.

You could get into sports. You could plant a garden. You could volunteer. You could draw. You could paint. You could travel. You could become a gourmet chef and write your own recipe book. You could get into physical fitness. You could train dogs. You could act in a play. You could spend 1 hour a week at the learning annex teaching a class how to make the perfect fcking thanksgiving center piece, for Christís sakes! JUST DO SOMETHING THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR CHILDREN OR THE TELEVISION SET OR YOUR GODDAMN HAIR! DO SOMETHING, YOU LAZY SELF INDULGENT BITCHES! DO SOMETHING!

“John Averitt is a molester.”

Since: Nov 08

Cookeville

#20 Dec 22, 2012
I never chose to be useless, i was rendered that way by outragious governmental conduct, that being said, I hate live-in prostitutes. They dont do anything but cause problems.

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