The Amount of Parental Attention a Child Receives Today

The Amount of Parental Attention a Child Receives Today

December 19, 2011 by Joe Ram  
Published in Motherhood

In the modern society, double income families, where both the husband and wife pursue a full time job, are the norm. With both parents working, children only get to see their parents after working hours. Worst still, some don’t see their parents until the weekend or holidays. How much parental attention can they receive?

An Impossible Situation

An Impossible Situation

November 8, 2011 by JoanneHoyles  
Published in Motherhood

When working hard your whole life doesn’t pay off.

Half Term: Heaven or Hell?

Half Term: Heaven or Hell?

October 25, 2011 by Rachel Dove  
Published in Motherhood

A mother’s musings on the school holidays.

Second Honeymoon Refreshing Your Wedding

Second Honeymoon Refreshing Your Wedding

March 19, 2011 by faizalhuda  
Published in Marriage

Honeymoon should be not only to a new partner of wedding, but it also must be practiced by old husband and wife. Special vacation for you and your partner will refresh back your relationship.

Working Mothers

Working Mothers

January 22, 2011 by Mumarsaleh  
Published in Motherhood

The balance of family life can be achieved by extra income generation by the working moms. The possibilities are quite available due to the online opportunities at home.

Mothers Working”Out of The Home”

Mothers Working”Out of The Home”

October 18, 2009 by Judy Kaelin  
Published in Motherhood

Keeping the family together when you are “bringing home the bacon”.

Child Care is a Full Time Job

Child Care is a Full Time Job

October 5, 2009 by kashish786  
Published in Work

Child Care is a Full Time Job.

How to be a Working Mother

How to be a Working Mother

September 18, 2009 by LG  
Published in Motherhood

Because of the recession, more women are having to work outside of the home in addition to performing the duties of a full time mother. The term working mother is becoming the necessity and the norm for American families and householdsm of today.

My Little Tumor

My Little Tumor

March 7, 2009 by DA Cournean  
Published in Motherhood

You can’t always believe everything you read.

Summertime

Summertime

October 30, 2008 by Elle Simone  
Published in Motherhood

This the first entry in a series called, “Mommy, can you…?”. It describes with a comical slant the desperation and frustration that can only be called, mommyhood. It is the beginning of a mom finding her voice, again.

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