The Wonder of Working Mothers

Ecards to Your MomFolks, Donna’s doing great work as a mother and a professional. She’s bringing up her children really well. You know what, she’s great at her job and when she’s home, she slips into the shoes of a perfect mother, without skipping a beat. I think that’s an incredible quality to have. I mean, I have got Kong to look after, other than my deadlines and all. But I can assure both give me a really tough time! Wonder how Donna manages to keep things in order despite having much more on her plate.

I think the life of a working mother is a struggle, from the time they wake up to the moment they crash in. You and I meet them at all walks of life. If we cooperate with these women of extraordinary abilities, we’d not only make it a little easy for them, but also make them feel that we admire their guts and resilience. Don’t you think so? Leave your comment below!

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7 thoughts on “The Wonder of Working Mothers

  1. YES YOUR ARE VERY RIGHT-i TRIED TO WORK AND TAKE CARE OF 2 BOYS ON MY OWN MOSTLY LIVED OFF MY CHILD SUPPORT AND STATE ASSISTANCE BECAUSE OF MEDICAL PROBLEMS AND NO FAMILY TO HELP ME LIKE MOM DADS ECT SO IT WAS VERY TUFF AND FOR THOSE WOMEN WHO DONT GET SUPPORT FOR THERE KIDS YOU DESERVE MANY BLESSINGS GODBLESS EACH OF YOU DIANA

  2. I do agree. Such women are really appreciable. I am married but no child. But I can hardly manage to be well at my job and my home. I think you’d better ask Donna share her experiences with us (readers, I mean). 🙂

  3. Yes, I admire the working mothers too. It would be great if there could be some sort of assistance available to these mothers. In some countries, the government runs childcare centres so that the mothers could go to work.

  4. Dear Bob: I also agree with what you are saying! I am a single mother of 3 teenagers and I work full-time. Some days I feel like I am going to fall apart. I am lucky that I have a family who helps out when they can and my church family who gives me the emotional and spiritual support I need. Thanks for your blog and newsletters you send out, they are very insightful and entertaining. God bless you Bob!

  5. It is hard to do well at work and at home at the same time. Getting someone part-time to sort the things out at home is helpful. Of course there are things that no one could do except myself but having someone to do the house chores helps a lot. I have learned the lesson of not doing everything myself. I recently have the worst experience of taking care of people at home, cooking 3 meals in a day for them and providing all sorts of information and transportation required. On top of all these, I have to mend whatever is ‘broken’ by them. At the end of the day, I am so flat out that I could get no work done. Cheers to working mothers who are really the most wonderful creatures in the world. It is important not to exhaust oneself with house chores.

  6. Hi Bob,
    Yes, it is hard to be a working mum. Thank you for the website and all the stories. I always wonder how you manage to keep all these going.
    May God bess the one who sows the blessings.

  7. Hi,
    I am a mother of a one and half year old, and I am studying architecture and I never took a break, I am not a working mother but I can totally identify with managing two lives.
    The only reason I can still go on is because of the support I get both at home and the university. Thanks to them and also to you guys for keeping me positive…

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