About answering the
"What do you do?" question:
"I say I'm a Domestic Goddess." — Samantha
The Table of Contents
Stay-at-home moms are often told how lucky they are "not to work." Yes, stay-at-home moms are lucky to be able to get by (even barely) on one income, but stay-at-home motherhood, especially when it involves small children, is nothing but work! That said, The Stay-at-Home Survival Guide is not a "mommy wars" book. (Sniping between and about stay-at-home and employed moms hurts all women.) The Guide was written to provide support, comfort and a forum to women who have left the paid workforce to care for their children.
© 2016 The Stay-at-Home Survival Guide, Melissa Stanton
Women from throughout the country shared their experiences with the author. Here's some of what they had to say about ...
Field-tested strategies for staying smart, sane and connected while caring for your kids
DON'T STAY HOME WITHOUT IT!
The Stay-at-Home Survival Guide