The Stay-At-Home-Mom

Friends,

A while back the lovely Rae asked me to consider writing a post about why I want to be a stay-at-home-mom. I accepted the challenge, and she’s posted it today. So go on over to No Wealth But Life, to see my attempt at guest blogging!

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  • Karyn

    Beautifully written (as usual!) I was struck by so many aspects of it, and I agree with so much of what you said. Thank you for so often putting to words my exact thoughts! I just recently left my very part-time nursing job to be an on-the-go mom (as you willl find, stay-at-home moms rarely do stay at home). It has been a very fulfilling decision, and I am blessed to have a husband who supports me in this adventure! I am still praying for you as you continue the journey of sub-fertility, and hope that one day you will be able to be a stay-at-home mom, too!

  • Sarah, we must discuss ENDOW…and how CUF can partner with you. Send me an e-mail.

    I’ve given you a Sunshine Award

    http://stmonicastears.blogspot.com/2010/05/sunshine-award.html

  • Rae

    Thank you so very much! I really liked it, and was especially thrilled to see you tie in subsidiarity with parenting choices.