Mommies…Can’t we just support each other?

I have to admit I am a total junkie for the Your E Cards that have been popping up all over Facebook and Pinterest, but this one really pushes my buttons.  When my son was born my husband and I made the decision together that I would leave my job and stay home to raise our kids.  I understand that this choice is not something that is possible for every family and that there are many women who may not want to leave their career.  However, I am finding there is still a disrespect for the stay-at-home mom with the “What do you do all day” AtTiTuDe and in turn the working moms seem to face the, “Oh you’re so lucky you get a break at work” NoNsEnSe!

Keep in mind…I’m not an expert.  I am basically going off of my own experience and that of my sister who is a working mom of a 3 1/2 year old.  In this day and age we are all just trying to get through the day whether we work or not.  When are we all going to WaKe Up and realize that stay-at-home, working, part-time, full-time, married, divorced…WhAtEvEr…we are in this together.  Instead of putting others down or making them feel inferior maybe we should take a minute and think of what their day might be like.  I think a better rule of thumb would be…

Don’t Judge Until You’ve

Walked A Mile In Their Shoes

~Robyn (Jersey Girl)

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3 responses to “Mommies…Can’t we just support each other?

  1. Joyce Brady

    Right on!

  2. Nikki

    Amen!! I dont judge lives that I dont live!! Too bad some individuals thrive on it…….. Life is very case sensitive. Some people, in general, will always work harder than others, feel more driven than others, have more pride it is in whatever it is that they do- whether it is raising a family from home, or working a fulltime job. How dare any one Mom put another down.

  3. Agree! Are we all so insecure that we have to beat each other up? Life is too short.

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