Hmmmm if you still manage to raise kids while having time to go online, I would think some working mums would have time to log on for morning/afternoon break and lunch? No?
Mine pay me to do my job. If I get that done early, they don't mind if I twiddle my thumbs, go online or watch tv! Meh.
I agree LilyoftheNile, boredom is awful. I get so bored. Where's the thread about first world problems? Lol.
oh god what a joke.
its all bloody relative we all have it hard, we would all like the chance to do something different.
someone whinging does not take away your right to whinge. it has nothing to do with your life!!!!!!
i do not have parents..i dont sook everytime someone complains about theirs.
Right. There's a PhD in this.
In 20 years time which children are the most functional and productive members of society - those of SAHMs who slack off and use BH during the day or working mums who slack off on their employers and use BH during the day?
Then we'll have a conclusive end to this argument, no?
I'm atill trying to work out how the OP's entire 23 posts (in total!) equates to "being on FB all day"
I find being a SAHM full-time boring. I love my kids, but I am more than just a mum. I love my job, so I do consider it a break. I get to poo in peace, eat lunch in peace and finish a conversation with my friends. However, I have more time on the days I am at home to sit on bh and fb. The morning rush to get to work on time means that sometimes breakfast dishes are left all over the place, washing up doesn't get done and clothes are everywhere. I feel working part-time is the best of both worlds for me. And apart from my husband, I have nobody to help.
Anyone who posted obviously has way too much time on their hands and needs to get more jobs, more babies or both :P
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