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What Stay-at-Home Moms Do All Day. A stay-at-home mom works many jobs throughout the day. She’s a nurse, chauffeur, chef, teacher, playmate, housekeeper, laundry attendant, accountant, and babysitter all rolled into one. She has a brood to feed, so the stay-at-home mom spends a large chunk of her day in the kitchen. Preparing breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks is no easy task for the variety of palates she tries to please, but she does her best to make the cuisine healthy and tasty.
She plans meals ahead and keeps the pantry stocked. As a stay-at-home mom, I feel like “maid” comes right after “caretaker” on my daily list of duties. Having a dust buster charging in our kitchen 24/7 has become a lifesaver in the clean-up department. It’s one of my all-time favorite hacks–it makes clean up 100x easier and faster. In the morning as a stay at home, it’s usually filled with making breakfast, feedings, pumping, maybe some laundry.
Most of the time my mornings are slower, just because Otis will eat, play for a while and after a couple of hours is ready for a nap. In addition, many women who call themselves stay-at-home moms also work for pay. What moms with their time depends a lot on their socioeconomic statuses.
While well-off moms spend their day socializing, exercising, and running errands, moms whose households don’t have large incomes end up doing large amounts of housework. So, what do stay-at-home moms do all day? Jennifer Pinarski believes that putting stay-at-home moms on a pedestal drives a wedge between working parents and those who have chosen to stay home.
By Jennifer Pinarski October 11, 2013. The more time a mother can spend raising her kids, the better. The better for them, the better for their souls, the better for the community, the better for humanity. Period. Finally, it’s probably true that stay at home moms have some down time.
People who work outside the home have down time, too. I am not a stay-at-home mom yet but once I have kids, its my dream! I love how real and honest you are with this post.
I think I tend to glamorize things (including being a stay-at-home mom) so this really helps give me perspective and sets me up to be able to rock the stay at home thing well eventually it sounds like 😉 Thank you for sharing!You could just play all day like a big kid with your kids – but they need to be nourished with good food, dressed in clean clothes and feel comfortable and stay healthy in a clean house. Other relationships need to be attended to and nurtured also. When it comes to the 2016 stay-at-home mom’s daily activity, there’s not a whole lot of sitting or staying at home, it seems.
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