Saturday, February 9, 2008

What is my main job?

Posted by Tracy Wainwright at 9:44 PM
Now that we’ve covered some the general answer to being a successful mommy, it’s time to tackle some more specific questions and answers. The first question asked was “What is my main job as a mom?” The answer to that question is, of course, to raise my children to be physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually healthy individuals. This answer possibly raises more questions than almost any other. The evidence for the complexity of the answer to this question can be seen in any bookstore or library by the shear numbers of books and magazines written for moms. These books answer all of the little questions (yeah, right. Are there really and little questions when it comes to mommyhood?) that we answer in raising our children. Questions like: Do I breast or formula feed? Do I work or stay home? If I work, what’s the best child care situation for my child? Do I make my own baby food or buy it prepared? Do I send my child to preschool? And when? And where? What’s the best way to educate my child – home school, private school, or public school? What activities should I sign my child up for? The list goes on and on.

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Saturday, February 9, 2008

What is my main job?

Now that we’ve covered some the general answer to being a successful mommy, it’s time to tackle some more specific questions and answers. The first question asked was “What is my main job as a mom?” The answer to that question is, of course, to raise my children to be physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually healthy individuals. This answer possibly raises more questions than almost any other. The evidence for the complexity of the answer to this question can be seen in any bookstore or library by the shear numbers of books and magazines written for moms. These books answer all of the little questions (yeah, right. Are there really and little questions when it comes to mommyhood?) that we answer in raising our children. Questions like: Do I breast or formula feed? Do I work or stay home? If I work, what’s the best child care situation for my child? Do I make my own baby food or buy it prepared? Do I send my child to preschool? And when? And where? What’s the best way to educate my child – home school, private school, or public school? What activities should I sign my child up for? The list goes on and on.

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