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PROS AND CONS TO BEING A STAY AT HOME WORKING MOM.


Being a stay at home mom is the most wonderful thing ever. Being able to stay home with your kids and see every milestone and watch them grow is an amazing thing but being a working stay at home there sometimes can be some cons. But right now I want to talk about the pros because they're more important than the cons. The first thing a mother loves about being a stay at home mom is that you get to wake up with your kids every morning and see their beautiful face and be able to eat breakfast and either ease into your day or.get ready to head out for school together. The second thing is to be able to help them with there homework and cook lunches, and dinner for them. If they do any extra circular activities your able to attend and witness every moment with them. The third thing is you don't have to leave to go to a workplace where they don't appreciate or overwork you and keep you pass your clock out time.

You get to relax whenever you want in the comfort in your own home. You get to start work whenever you want or whenever you have time you don't even have to get up early...well not too early since your a mom and all.now with all the good let's get into the bad. The cons let's start with number one not having time for your self if everyone is not all on the same page or miscommunication you will not have time to blink without someone asking you a question or asking you to make them something to eat. So if you're a stay at home mom you will understand these cons. Number two being interrupted you will get interrupted if you and your spouse is not into agreeance and it will be totally frustrating and it will make you want to go back to the workforce. Number three you will be very sleep deprived if your either staying up late to finish work or you're having to wake up at the crack of dawn to finish last minute touches on workpieces because that's the only time you can get peace and quiet. So if you're straddling the fence on if you should be a stay at home working mom you should do it because it's always right to stay with the kids and watch them grow but it is going to be very challenging.
But being able to be with your family is the best choice you can make especially if you could work from home too.

Pros and cons as a list to show the good always out weights the bad.

Pros
Waking up with kids.
Taking kids to and from school.
Seeing kids grow.
Being able to cook homecooked meals for kids.
Being to see spouse off to work.
Making your own work schedule.
Getting to play and her your kids laugh.

Cons.
Not having time to yourself
Being interrupted.
Have to get up earlier or going to bed later.
Overstressed

~Now that's life.TheFLandF~

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