I have a stunning job profile

by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on February 25, 2015

TCT brings to you 13 key findings about SAHM (Stay-at-home-moms). Check them out for a sheer laugh!

I have a stunning job profile

I am a Stay-at-home-mom (SAHM) and it is quite a stunning job. For starters, I get to stay at home and enjoy sleep all day long. I wake up at my own time. I do nothing at all and still get paid in kind. Icing on the cake is the fact that I don’t have a boss!! And you really believe me?

Presenting to you 13 overwhelming {and yes, a bit too emotional ;)} realities of being an SAHM.

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This post was originally published on World of Moms.

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9 thoughts on “I have a stunning job profile

  1. I have been on both ends. Both are difficult and both have their rewards. Being a mom in general is tough work. When I would stay home, my husband would get mad often when I would hand him out daughter when he came home. He would say, I worked all day too. I would reply, “Well at least you got a lunch break.”

  2. How true! There is an extension to this when the kid starts going to school. It is expected from a SAHM to put in half an hour to wake up the child, get him ready, make his breakfast, mKe him eat it all, dropping and picking him up from school, feed him lunch, get his homework done, work on the skills he is lagging in, go for his extra curricular, take him to the park to play and all. In between this, getting yourself and the house tidied up if time permits. Husband will come back home from office with a backache, will cry out loud about it asking you to apply ointment saying it is so easy for you that you stay at home.

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