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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    ~sigh~

    I don't think she meant that at all, just saying that the government seems to value working mothers over SAHMs? I think?

    The two aren't comparable.
    That's what I got from it too.

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    Default Anyone know if the baby bonus budget cut is going to affect paid parental leave??

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    No the PPL won't be lowered, it's the reward for all the *good mums* doing the right thing by working (in the eyes of the Labour government). If anything, this is the start of the baby bonus complete phase out and PPL will be expected to replace it entirely.
    Note the stars around *good mum*? Why does this whole forum have to constantly be in attack mode?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    ~sigh~

    I don't think she meant that at all, just saying that the government seems to value working mothers over SAHMs? I think?

    The two aren't comparable.
    Um yeah. I thought my sarcasm was clear. I'm a stay at home mum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarelou View Post
    Note the stars around *good mum*? Why does this whole forum have to constantly be in attack mode?!
    Tell me about it, pretty shocked to see that post got people's hackles up, relax peeps. It's my interpretation of a Labour government policy. Not my belief, k?

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    Thanks hubbers, should have thought to actually read the budget..... (on second thoughts that sounds pretty onerous.....) Pregnancy brain instead sent me into a fit of tears at the thought of leaving a 6 week old at day care


    Please don't turn this into a debate over SAH parenting versus working families, it's two totally different things and dependent on each individual family (and soooo many other factors) and that wasn't my intent at all of this post. I'm sure there was no malice intent from other posters directed at anyone's choices or needs.


    Have a good day!


 

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