Is it a prerequisite for mothers of pagent children to be fat and out of shape?
LMAO I noticed that too!!! It's like they have self esteem issues and want to live thru their children. Sad they push those kids to live they're dream of beauty and arrogance. I feel sorry for them and the kids. It had to start somewhere. Probably with their parents...
by Merida Craze 6 months ago
I work in a corporate office and we have a nursery in our office building so that those who can't get babysitters make use of the nursery. It's a new scheme we've introduced for the working mothers in our company. Recently we hired a new human resource manager, who happens to be a...
by ngureco 4 years ago
Own Flesh And Blood: Why Do Mothers Abuse Their Children?
by Judy HBerg 7 years ago
Author Amy Chua declares that Asian-American parents succeed in raising very successful children due to very intense demands for excellence and by being very truthful with their children and their efforts in school. The so called "Tiger mother" writes that she has denied her...
by janesix 3 years ago
Should moms stay home with their kids? I think they should . It's better for the family in my opinion. At least until they are in school full time. The American family is falling apart, and mothers working and dumping kids off in daycare is part of the problem. Absentee dads is also a huge problem...
by Habby 8 years ago
I am currently a SAHM and really value this role and the opportunity to invest in my children. My three children are all 5 and under, so I thought this was THE most important time to stay home with them. When this phase was over, I was thinking of going back to teaching. (I was an...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What is the appropriate age that children should possess prerequisite life and survival skillssuch as street smarts and being able to do tasks such as cooking, laundry, cleaning, and being able to be at home alone?
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