Since: Oct 10

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#43 Nov 23, 2012
I applaud all stay at home moms. Like my mother, you have not only sacrificed your career, but also monetary gains in order to provide a safe, loving, nurturing environment.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#44 Nov 23, 2012
Sweetass wrote:
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Jealous much? Lol, all my kids we're planned, so sorry wrong again. But if you want to think that while you work your meaningless low wage job to feel better, than go ahead
I didnt say they weren't planned stupid. Of course you planned them so you wouldn't have to do anything. Low paid job? Hahaha yeah okay, I make a killing and the best part I don't have a thousand kids to take it all. I'm happy as can be and I'm not stuck in a house day in day out.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#45 Nov 23, 2012
agreed wrote:
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Lazy NO. Spoiled bitch. Ok I can deal with that. I have a gorgeous husband who takes damn good care of us financially and I take care of everything else. I can deal with a jealous bitch calling me a spoiled bitch.
I'm in NO way jealous! I have a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, perfect job, lots of friends and couldn't be happier. I work a full job and I'm a full time mom. I'm not stuck in my lonely house all day.
hello

Owensboro, KY

#46 Nov 23, 2012
Someone wrote:
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I'm in NO way jealous! I have a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, perfect job, lots of friends and couldn't be happier. I work a full job and I'm a full time mom. I'm not stuck in my lonely house all day.
But why are you on here trying to make people feel bad? Do you get pleasure in putting people down? I see no reason in putting someone down for being a stay at home mom. That's them and their husband's choice. If they can afford it then more power to them.
agreed

Owensboro, KY

#47 Nov 23, 2012
Someone wrote:
<quoted text>I'm in NO way jealous! I have a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, perfect job, lots of friends and couldn't be happier. I work a full job and I'm a full time mom. I'm not stuck in my lonely house all day.
I am in no way in a "lonely" house. If you're a SAHM and do it the way you should then you are in no way lonely. And if you're working full time you aren't mothering full time.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#48 Nov 23, 2012
agreed wrote:
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I am in no way in a "lonely" house. If you're a SAHM and do it the way you should then you are in no way lonely. And if you're working full time you aren't mothering full time.
I am a darn good mother and give my child everything they need and more in all areas of their life. so go sit on your a$$ and have another kid or something.
hey

Owensboro, KY

#49 Nov 23, 2012
Someone wrote:
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I am a darn good mother and give my child everything they need and more in all areas of their life. so go sit on your a$$ and have another kid or something.
You seem like a crude person. So far what you've said on here is so unreasonable. You make no sense what so ever. Sounds like you still have some growing up to do.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#51 Nov 24, 2012
I just don't think it's right that some people in this country don't want to do their parts to be productive citizens. The only reason anyone should be a stay at home mom is if they have a child with a disability.

Since: Oct 10

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#52 Nov 24, 2012
Someone wrote:
I just don't think it's right that some people in this country don't want to do their parts to be productive citizens. The only reason anyone should be a stay at home mom is if they have a child with a disability.
I believe raising your children the right way is being productive. Sending your child off to be raised by somebody else so you can acquire more stuff, is very selfish.
Welfare Queen

Madisonville, KY

#53 Nov 24, 2012
People who bitch about "losers" who live off the government should think about what the government is going to do with that money otherwise. Is it going to reduce taxes? No, because that's not how governments work. The money not spent on "losers" gets spent on atomic bombs for the final war. Is that the war you want your children to grow up to fight? Or maybe it will happen before they grow up, so they won't have to grow up at all.

If everyone understood how important it is to reduce the amount of money available to the government, everyone would do their patriotic duty by getting welfare.
:D

Owensboro, KY

#54 Nov 24, 2012
Someone wrote:
I just don't think it's right that some people in this country don't want to do their parts to be productive citizens. The only reason anyone should be a stay at home mom is if they have a child with a disability.
It's not that we don't want to be productive citizens. We want to raise our kids. I am a SAHM but when my kids start going to school I will work. Right now my job is to take care of them. I do respect you for working full time and being a mother. But don't try to make it look like we are just lazy bums.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#55 Nov 24, 2012
Welfare Queen wrote:
People who bitch about "losers" who live off the government should think about what the government is going to do with that money otherwise. Is it going to reduce taxes? No, because that's not how governments work. The money not spent on "losers" gets spent on atomic bombs for the final war. Is that the war you want your children to grow up to fight? Or maybe it will happen before they grow up, so they won't have to grow up at all.
If everyone understood how important it is to reduce the amount of money available to the government, everyone would do their patriotic duty by getting welfare.
Lol What a load of sh*t, that's the stupidest thing I have ever heard.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#56 Nov 24, 2012
Big Dick Mcgee wrote:
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I believe raising your children the right way is being productive. Sending your child off to be raised by somebody else so you can acquire more stuff, is very selfish.
I work so my children will have food, shelter, clothing, health insurance...I think THAT'S the responsible thing to do. When a child starts school there should be no reason a mom stays at home. If the children are at school all day, get out in tbe world and do something.
howdy

Owensboro, KY

#57 Nov 24, 2012
Someone wrote:
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I work so my children will have food, shelter, clothing, health insurance...I think THAT'S the responsible thing to do. When a child starts school there should be no reason a mom stays at home. If the children are at school all day, get out in tbe world and do something.
If that's the choice they make and don't have to live off the government, then that's their own business. Just like what you do is your business. I admire you because you sound like hard working woman.
Someone

Duluth, GA

#58 Nov 24, 2012
howdy wrote:
<quoted text> I admire you because you sound like hard working woman.
Thank you! I have no quarrel with stay at home moms of babies and toddlers. My mom stayed home with me and my brothers until we started school. I just get sick of moms that don't work who have children in school. I work and am a full time mom, it can be done. I was rather mean in my earlier post and I apologize for that. I just see so many women. Who drop their children off at school then run around town all day, watch soap operas and chat with their friends on the phone all day all while their husbands are at work. A good mom would go out and support her family and help her husband. What if he lost his job? In this economy anything can happen. It's always nice to have a second income to fall back on. If your children are in school, I just don't see any reason you should have to stay at home all day.
Melissa

Owensboro, KY

#59 Nov 26, 2012
I am a SAHM with two children. One is in school and the other just turned 15 months old. With our first child I worked full time and missed him growing. Other people would have him during the day and he learned habits that weren't always good. With our second child I am staying home. I work harder now than I ever have taking care of four people (especially since I am the only female in the house lol). I can not wait to get back into the work force. With that being said I believe it best that mothers are home with their small children. There are a lot of problems with society today and I feel its because children aren't getting what they need at home. Love and discipline are among the top.These children then grow up without a solid foundation to stand on. Having been on both sides of the fence when it comes to staying at home vs. working I believe one should stay at home. That does not mean however to use the government and keep having children :) I know not all people do that and I am not stereotyping
Old School

United States

#60 Nov 26, 2012
agreed wrote:
<quoted text>I am in no way in a "lonely" house. If you're a SAHM and do it the way you should then you are in no way lonely. And if you're working full time you aren't mothering full time.
If you work full time, the only time you'd miss parenting is from 3-5. To say someone isn't a full time parent even though they are working is a bit ridiculous.
Old School

United States

#61 Nov 26, 2012
Welfare Queen wrote:
People who bitch about "losers" who live off the government should think about what the government is going to do with that money otherwise. Is it going to reduce taxes? No, because that's not how governments work. The money not spent on "losers" gets spent on atomic bombs for the final war. Is that the war you want your children to grow up to fight? Or maybe it will happen before they grow up, so they won't have to grow up at all.

If everyone understood how important it is to reduce the amount of money available to the government, everyone would do their patriotic duty by getting welfare.
Our patriotic duty is to get welfare? Wow! That is a really pathetic statement.
Old School

United States

#62 Nov 26, 2012
Someone wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you! I have no quarrel with stay at home moms of babies and toddlers. My mom stayed home with me and my brothers until we started school. I just get sick of moms that don't work who have children in school. I work and am a full time mom, it can be done. I was rather mean in my earlier post and I apologize for that. I just see so many women. Who drop their children off at school then run around town all day, watch soap operas and chat with their friends on the phone all day all while their husbands are at work. A good mom would go out and support her family and help her husband. What if he lost his job? In this economy anything can happen. It's always nice to have a second income to fall back on. If your children are in school, I just don't see any reason you should have to stay at home all day.
If they aren't getting government aid, there is nothing wrong with a SAHM. My soon to be wife has 2 kids and I have 1. Although either of our salaries could easily support our family of 5, I'd have no problem if she wanted to stay at home.
WORKING woman

Wilmington, MA

#63 Aug 14, 2013
I know wrote:
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AMEN!!!!!
Oh Thank you!!! sick of SAHMs thinking that the world owes them a living. Get a damn job.

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