For kids sake :)

@spaceseed (2881)
India
July 24, 2017 7:03am CST
Yesterday my wife told me that she is not taking assignment for which she was to stay away from kids for almost three months. I said what are other alternatives do we have. she happily gave me the news that she has started teaching two more children as private tutor. so she will be getting almost same amount which she would have got after promotion. I also liked her decision. and feeling happy!! On the other hand this will help us to decide our future course of action. I am with her because kids need their mother more than money.
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@ilocosboy (37467)
• Philippines
24 Jul 17
All the things we think and do is for our kids. This is what we wanted, to give them the brighter future.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
indeed, and if there are chances to improve staying near them instead of going away, nothing better then that
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@ilocosboy (37467)
• Philippines
25 Jul 17
That is so correct
@GardenGerty (102595)
• United States
24 Jul 17
Your final sentence says it all. She is sending a powerful message to the kids with never speaking the words.Promotions are nice, money is good, but the cost in family time might not be worth it.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
she is doing all this for kids sake
@dollaboy (6153)
24 Jul 17
That's nice Aditya. Kids do need more time and Attention of there parents, especially MOM
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
I agree completely.
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@dollaboy (6153)
25 Jul 17
@spaceseed thanks Mr. Aditya Sharma
@Corbin5 (116499)
• United States
24 Jul 17
So good to here that the private tutor position will take the place of her leaving for three months!! Happy news, for sure.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
its all just because of your goodwishes
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@Corbin5 (116499)
• United States
24 Jul 17
@JudyEv (134905)
• Bunbury, Australia
24 Jul 17
That sounds like an ideal solution. It would be very hard being apart from the family for that amount of time.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
yeah, had it be french tour i would have be more happy then going away for three months
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@JudyEv (134905)
• Bunbury, Australia
25 Jul 17
• United States
24 Jul 17
This is wonderful news friend. I am glad that your wife will now be there with you all and earning the money so much needed. Blessings.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
yes and she is hopeful to get one more such tuitions
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• United States
24 Jul 17
@Kandae11 (40368)
24 Jul 17
You are right about that. Kids need their parents around.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
if father goes away its acceptable,but mother's company......that is what child need most
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@Kandae11 (40368)
24 Jul 17
@spaceseed Certainly.
@peachpurple (12770)
• Malaysia
24 Jul 17
Yeah, your kids needed mommy than anything else, good and wise decision
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
yeah, my younger one is more attached, it would have very hard on her if her mom is away
24 Jul 17
Children are wonderful gifts, so it is the duty and joy of a mother to take care of their kids
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
my kids are very much attached to their mom
@DianneN (85266)
• United States
24 Jul 17
That is a wise decision. I'm glad to hear your wife has the opportunity to tutor without leaving the children for such a long time.
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@spaceseed (2881)
• India
24 Jul 17
yes, this is just due to your good wishes and support
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@shshiju (10567)
• Cochin, India
26 Jul 17
That's true. Childhood needs love and affection more than parents money. It is an apt decision.
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@SIMPLYD (83266)
• Philippines
25 Jul 17
That is very true. The kids need us indeed so much so that giving up a job would really be feasible. I am glad, I survived that stage. Our only child is now a new lady doctor having her residency at a posh hospital.