Yes...I suppose, in theory, but it isn't likely.
How can one be an "amazing mom" when she is physically unavailable for her children and husband for a good chunk of the day? How can she be an amazing mom when her attention is somewhere other than her family and she is mentally and emotionally unavailable for hours each day? And, if "supermom" is able to focus on her family and whistle while she works, how is she able to focus on the job at hand?
If Daycare is involved...is that good parenting, too?
I'm not trying to be judgmental here, I just have never seen it happen. Either the career hits the skids or the husband and children do. Often times they all tank.