Everything nowadays is changing. Due to inflation living cost is increasing every day. To meet the needs of the family it is important for men and women to work together and earn a decent life for their families. Whether people need to pay the mortgage of their houses, or they have to pay for education of their children, they need to earn money.
Working mums have hectic routine all week long. They have to wake up early in the morning, finish their house work and have to go to their office afterwards. After they return, they again have to prepare dinner for their family and children and put children to sleep. In this hectic routine, weekend holiday is just like a blessing. However, it is totally up to a woman to make the best use of their holiday or to spend the day in household activities.
There’s nothing I hate more than having to nag at my man to get him to help out. I can’t stand it! I know I am not alone in this, but that doesn’t make it any easier. It gets old. Don’t they see how much we do for them? Why can’t it be an automatic thing for them to think that they should return the favor without having to be asked to do it? In order to get, you should give, right? He’s got to know that he should be doing something, why do I have to keep hounding him about stuff?
Okay, if I had to pick 5 different things my parents taught me….I’d have to say 1) that change is good 2) to respect your elders 3) to be open minded 4) treat others how you would want to be treated and 5) that God loves me no matter what.
Change is good to me; I welcome it, encourage it, and love experiencing new things in life. I think that because of this though, I can get bored. I’m always looking for something new. Respecting my elders, I think everyone should learn that. They’ve been there, done that, all before we ever did. I think they have earned a certain level of respect and we need to show them that respect. This one took some time for me to learn or embrace, but I do believe it.
I absolutely love being a stay at home mum! There’s nothing better! I can go on and on about how great it is, but I’ll just name a few reasons here:
- I get to be with my kids. This would be a given, of course, that’s why we stay home right? But honestly, I think there are some mum’s that don’t really appreciate this, they just do it anyways. I love to be with my kids. They mean everything to me and being able to spend my day with them makes every day worth waking up to.
Sundays can be such a wonderful day to spend with my family. I love Sunday’s just for this. No obligations, no work, just a day at home enjoying the ones I love. So, how do you do this peacefully? When one kid wants to run off with their friends, one kid wants to just watch television; one kid is steering clear of everyone and hiding in their room. Not to mention that Dad just wants to hang out in his garage or watch some sports.
Ever go to a restaurant, where they have a kids’ menu, and food is all over the floor, kids are eating and smacking their food with their mouths open, and you can’t hear yourself think because of the kid wailing in the booth a few feet away? What are parents thinking these days? What happened to controlling your kid? Why do they have to let everyone else in the restaurant be miserable just because they chose to not handle their kid with a little maturity?