Welcome to Motherhood by Morgan
When I first had my baby, I had no idea what I was doing. Fortunately, I had an amazing network of Moms to help me through my journey, and I still rely on them today. I am here to share what I've learned from experts, other moms, and my own experience so you can thrive and not just survive motherhood.
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I’ve been reading a lot lately about the differences between working moms and stay-at-home moms (SAHMs). Maybe I’m spending too much time in comment sections, but I see a lot of petty snarkiness. Working moms feel judged and misunderstood. SAHM want to make it clear that “all mom’s are working moms” a sentiment that I heartily agree with, but then struggle to find the nomenclature that describes the reality that I leave my children in the morning for paid work and then return to them at night. But the more I read from both sides feeling judged and misunderstood, the more frustrated I get. In fact, at this point, I’d like to call “Foul!” on the working mom vs. SAHM fight.