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April 30, 2012

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JEB

THIS is why a parent (mother is usually best) needs to stay home and raise their own kids instead of allowing strangers to do so!

AMA

This is for JEB. Sometimes staying home to raise your children is easier said than done. Not everyone has the luxury of being a stay-at-home mom. Hopefully, you'll never have to be in a situation where you need someone else to care for your children.

BZH

This is for JEB. Some of us Mommy's work because we have to and other Mommy’s work because they love their career path. We are still good Mommies and care deeply for our family. Whatever our decision is, it is important to remember that we need to help our children and their Mommy's do the best job of raising our children.

JJJ bases loaded

JEB: Are you kidding me? What century are you living in? It takes a village to raise a child...keep up the great job Mommies & Daddies at home & at the office!

Nancy

JEB: Wow, you remind me of the type of women/mother I would never want to befriend. Nor would I want my child learning from you and yours.

Brandon

JEB: Sometimes, that's simply not an option. Quit being judgmental, sanctimonious, and holier than thou. FWIW, there are plenty of "stay at home" parents who get so caught up in the routine of life that they completely neglect their child. Often, the separation caused by the work environment provides increased focus on spending time with the child when not at work. The nanny / caregiver often unloads the day to day duties enabling this true QUALITY time with the child.

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