SAHM I am. I am also a wife, writer, cook, chauffeur, social director, tutor, nurse, emergency services and . . . well you get the idea. However, no matter how much a stay at home mother does it seems that there are five myths that still manage to hang over her head.
We stay at home.
No, we don’t stay at home. We may not go to work in the traditional sense of the word but we sure as heck don’t “stay home.” Maybe the term “stay in the car mom” may be more accurate. We drive to schools (hopefully carpooling but that is a subject for another time); to the library , to the store for groceries and last minute homework and project items, to the post office, doctor office, dentist office, park, play dates, and volunteering in the community, school or church. Add to that many of us also work from home, no matter if it is a pet sitter or a Mary Kay consultant but that still means we are not really at home.
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