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Stay at home mom

United States

#1 Sep 13, 2008
Does anyone know of any places I could contact about doing some kind of work from home? Clerical, customer service, bulk mailings, etc.?

Since: Sep 08

United States

#2 Sep 13, 2008
I would be interested in this same thing in Jonesboro. Does anyone know of any places to contact?

Since: Sep 08

United States

#4 Sep 13, 2008
There are some people on disability that can't drive or get around themselves due to my handicap. That is why I am looking for a job at home. Apparently, you are the ASS!
chip1962 wrote:
put the kids in daycare and get off your lazy
a$$ and get a real job
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#5 Sep 13, 2008
chip1962 wrote:
put the kids in daycare and get off your lazy
a$$ and get a real job
Apparently you A$$ isn't any less lazy than hers if your setting on your fat lazy A$$ under neath your computer. Mind your own damn business unless you have anything constructive to say. It is a their business if they want to stay at home with their kids. And obviously they are wanting to work while still attending to their kids, something I'm guessing your parents didn't do--some parents love their kids enough to stay at home with them, unlike yours.
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#6 Sep 13, 2008
Sorry for my typos, I was a little pissed when I wrote. Bubbles and Stay at Home Mom, don't listen to that ignorant ASS.

Since: Sep 08

United States

#8 Sep 13, 2008
Thanks for your support! Do you know of any jobs where you can work from home?
WORKING stay at home mom wrote:
Sorry for my typos, I was a little pissed when I wrote. Bubbles and Stay at Home Mom, don't listen to that ignorant ASS.
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#11 Sep 13, 2008
And from your response, it's obvious my assumptions about you are correct.
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#12 Sep 13, 2008
Oh, and did I mention my husband is a cop, maybe you should watch who you threaten.

Since: Aug 08

Jonesboro, AR

#13 Sep 13, 2008
It's offensive for me to hear someone say that parents that have the opportunity work from home (or stay at home) love their kids more than parents that go out of the home to work. Being able to stay at home and still provide for a family is not an option for every parent. I work a full time out of the home job, and I love my child just as much as any parent possibly can. In fact, I work the job that I do so that I can provide the things that my child needs and deserves. I feel by doing this, I am teaching my child by example. A good work ethic is a valuable thing. I think it's fabulous that some parents have the ability to stay home with their children, but to insinuate that those children are more loved for that reason is something that I just don't think is validated.
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#14 Sep 13, 2008
Bubbles_2008 wrote:
Thanks for your support! Do you know of any jobs where you can work from home?
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Sorry, I don't right now, but if I hear of any I will post it on here. Oh, have you thought about medical transcription? I think you can take those classes at Kelton School. However, I'm not sure how demanding it is or how easy it is to get a job in that field. Good luck.
Unbelieveable

United States

#15 Sep 13, 2008
I can understand being angry with the troll on here talking trash however, you aren't doing any better with your trash talk "WORKING stay at home mom". You tell the others to ignore him yet you keep baiting him and using the C word same as he does. I hope you don't talk like that around your kids that you are at home with all day. Both of you have issues! If you ignore a troll it will go away, keep baiting it and it will keep coming back. Have some respect for yourself and move on.
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#16 Sep 13, 2008
The N wrote:
It's offensive for me to hear someone say that parents that have the opportunity work from home (or stay at home) love their kids more than parents that go out of the home to work. Being able to stay at home and still provide for a family is not an option for every parent. I work a full time out of the home job, and I love my child just as much as any parent possibly can. In fact, I work the job that I do so that I can provide the things that my child needs and deserves. I feel by doing this, I am teaching my child by example. A good work ethic is a valuable thing. I think it's fabulous that some parents have the ability to stay home with their children, but to insinuate that those children are more loved for that reason is something that I just don't think is validated.
Actually, I'm sorry, I didn't mean it exactly like that. Not every parent does have the opportunity to work from home and it does not mean they love their kids any less. However, for people like Chips to say that all moms who stay home are lazy is completely wrong too. That is a parents choice and for nobody else to judge. And my kid does not suffer because I work from home as opposed to out. He has everything all of his friends has and more.
Unbelieveable

United States

#17 Sep 13, 2008
I agree with you 100%, I was a working mom as well and my child hasn't suffered because of it. Like you said it doesn't mean I love my child any less than a stay at home mom does. Thank you for pointing that out!
The N wrote:
It's offensive for me to hear someone say that parents that have the opportunity work from home (or stay at home) love their kids more than parents that go out of the home to work. Being able to stay at home and still provide for a family is not an option for every parent. I work a full time out of the home job, and I love my child just as much as any parent possibly can. In fact, I work the job that I do so that I can provide the things that my child needs and deserves. I feel by doing this, I am teaching my child by example. A good work ethic is a valuable thing. I think it's fabulous that some parents have the ability to stay home with their children, but to insinuate that those children are more loved for that reason is something that I just don't think is validated.
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#18 Sep 13, 2008
Unbelieveable wrote:
I can understand being angry with the troll on here talking trash however, you aren't doing any better with your trash talk "WORKING stay at home mom". You tell the others to ignore him yet you keep baiting him and using the C word same as he does. I hope you don't talk like that around your kids that you are at home with all day. Both of you have issues! If you ignore a troll it will go away, keep baiting it and it will keep coming back. Have some respect for yourself and move on.
Actually, no I don't say anything like that at all around my kids, I was simply sticking up for those two girls who that man was attacking. And my self-respect is just fine, thank you.

Since: Aug 08

Jonesboro, AR

#19 Sep 13, 2008
WORKING stay at home mom wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, I'm sorry, I didn't mean it exactly like that. Not every parent does have the opportunity to work from home and it does not mean they love their kids any less. However, for people like Chips to say that all moms who stay home are lazy is completely wrong too. That is a parents choice and for nobody else to judge. And my kid does not suffer because I work from home as opposed to out. He has everything all of his friends has and more.
I appreciate you reply. For the record, I didn't mean to insinuate that children whose parents stay at home are deprived of anything. I apologize if my comment made it sound like I felt that way.

Since: Aug 08

Jonesboro, AR

#20 Sep 13, 2008
One more thing...I don't think that stay at home parents are lazy just because they don't go out to work. Running a household is work too!
WORKING stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#21 Sep 13, 2008
The N wrote:
<quoted text>
I appreciate you reply. For the record, I didn't mean to insinuate that children whose parents stay at home are deprived of anything. I apologize if my comment made it sound like I felt that way.
Thank you. And I just want to point out to unbelievable that I am actually a very easy-going person who almost never says curse words. However, people like Chip are all over these message boards. They try to turn something that is suppose to be helpful to somebody into exactly what this topic has now become (and yes, my response to him probably encouraged him). They think they can get on here and sling dirt at whoever that want and not get any thrown back at them. I just wanted to give him a taste of his own medicine.
insulted stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#22 Sep 13, 2008
Chip62- I have found that the ones quick to judge and call people lazy are usually what they accuse the others of being. Its evident you've never followed the footsteps of a stay at home mother or any mother. You are probably one of these men that has been waited on hand and foot by a woman and all the while calling her lazy! Try some self examination, you might see exactly what you call others. I'll bet if you do the job of a mother you'd quickly change that judging attitude.
To any mother that has the opportunity to stay home you'll never be so rewarded, I know, I've done it for twenty years.
Unbelieveable

United States

#23 Sep 13, 2008
I understand and I feel the same way about these trolls. It's just that when you argue with these idiots they just keep going and then you wind up losing the original topic and any help that could have been offered. It's frustrating when you go onto a topic and hope to read an intelligent post for a change and you have people going back & forth name calling, threatening and etc. I just got really frustrated. I wasn't trying to imply you had no self respect, it was more of a matter of out of respect for yourself (and probably others) don't even go there w/him. I apologize if I came off in any other matter.
insulted stay at home mom

Warrenton, MO

#25 Sep 13, 2008
Unbelievable- I agree, it only keeps them going, I was just agreeing with WORKING stay at home mom, this sweet Stay at home mother was looking for a way to stay at home with her children, then this jerk starts throwing insults. I've been called the same because I stayed at home with my children from someone who didn't have a clue, and yes he called his wife lazy while she tended to his every need. It hit a nerve with me because I know the work it takes, without breaks and lunch hours. It is 24/7. Not at all making light of working moms, any mom has a full time job and are way under rated. God Bless Mothers.

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