I'll say one thing from experience, moms at home work work harder than I ever did at any NYC office. That much is for certain.
In addition to the daunting task of raising their children, keeping up with the house is an almost impossible undertaking. And by virtue of the fact that there are children in the mix, that housework grows exponentially bad every new day.
As I watch my wife and many of her friends like her doing all of the things they do, I feel a pang of guilt. Am I working as hard? Do I put in the kind of work day, every day that moms at home work?
Exactly. There is NEVER an end to the amount of work that needs to be done when a woman does both. Laundry will ALWAYS seek to be folded. Dishes will ALWAYS dream of being put away. And kids will ALWAYS need rides to drum lessons.
Moms at home work this way every day. There are no Federal Holidays for them. And Dads who work, including myself, need to remember that every day. We need to be more understanding of the fact that these women are putting their hearts and souls into their work, not only because they have to but because they want to.
Being a mom and working at home, to me, is a prelude to sainthood. It is by far the job you will find least on Monster.com for very good reasons. Mental note to myself: this Mother's Day, go all out.
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