Working Mothers Vs Stay At Home Mothers
Having children is an important and the best part a family life. Many people agree with me that a lot of things change when they get children. In the recent past, I have spent most of my free time in blogs that talk about today’s parents. One thing that is very evident in most of such discussions are the battles of what people think about working parents and stay at home parents is far from being over. Parents from both sides have a lot to say about the other side of parents. The truth is that bearing and raising a child is not a simple walk in the park. Parents have to make hard decisions. These decisions are mostly dependent on what individuals think or value. Never the less, I will tell you one thing for free, all parents want the best for their children. They want to give them what they believe their children would copy and apply to their children. I, therefore, would be unjust if I try to make one side of parenting look better than the other. All these parents have got circumstances and challenges to overcome. Importantly is that their decisions or course of action is dependent on situations and with the child’s best interest at heart.
For low income earning parents, they would want to give a good life to their children. They thus feel and acknowledge the sense of duty. They will opt to continue with their job so as to provide best for their children. Many believe that they are choosing material things instead of their children, but to be fair they do what is best for their children. It is even worse for single parents who are not financially stable. For home staying parents, I just hope they can afford to settle all the utility bills. Jobs are very scanty nowadays. Quitting a job to be with your kid may be a good thing but you may find it hard to find the same job or any other after some time. It is all about decisions and they are hard ones to make.
Women are the worst affected by family matters when it comes to career disruptions because of parenting. This makes them feel lesser than the other parent. Parents should consider taking shifts. This will ensure that at least one of the parents is there at any given time of the wake. The other option could be working part time. This will give the parent sometimes to be with the children.