i know stay at home moms is a hard job but

United States
May 5, 2008 9:10am CST
i know a stay at home mom job is hard belive me i do it but im not married i choose to stay at home and still run a business it can be done i have a 1yr old so all the ladies that are married u can make money on the side for yourself dont let a mna run your life either,cause you always have to be prepared what if that man isn't gonna be there the rest of my life i need to have a nest egg for me and mines so we dont have to be strugglin u feel me im not here to put people down there are plenty of ways to earn money on the side i know of a few legal ways if u need some just ad me to your friends and ill help u out,i dont want to see anyone go through what my friend went through her and her man thought they would be together for a long time or she thought well he didnt come home one day and the next she found him sleeping with her sister so she was out with nothing no job a new baby no family she only had here sister and didnt trust her so \any one want to comment feel free i love hearing from people good or bad
2 responses
@Remmie7 (168)
• United States
5 May 08
Dear isis1212354, I know you're right on the money! Good thing you have a head on you. It's already hard for a single woman to manage homelife and children, for what ever reason the father isn't there you would have your hands full just with children alone. They need attention, they get sick i could go on, you certainly get the picture I'm sure. And besides you will have taught your baby as (he or she) to develop responsibility as they get older. That's always a good thing. You go girl and congrads on having your own business. I hope God keeps blessing you, so that you can bless others as you stated in your topic for" I know stay at home moms is a hard job but". I will put you in my friends. Thank You for sharing this i know good will come out of it.
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
5 May 08
Of course it can be done...I was going to school part time, working full time, keeping house and raising two small children by myself..Then I met my now husband...when I retired from my career I was running a home biz full time (weekends in a storefront as well), homeschooling both my kids and doing the regular stuff....Its beyond doable but the parent in question has to want it IMO...I CHOOSE to not work now...and if our marriage were to come to an end I wouldnt be in a "oh crap what now" situation simply because I'm not that type of person....