Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Another Mom Perspective

Today, in the On Balance guest blog, a mom with an at-home dad agonizes over her choices. It's interesting -- as someone who has had to make the transition away from primary caregiver, I can understand the feeling of giving as much as possible and still worrying that you're coming up short and not doing right by your kids.

But the author seems to miss a larger point: whatever her own work-family issues are, it appears that the kids are in great shape (despite her concerned about the children having needs "that are not being fulfilled"). They have a mom who clearly sounds loving and devoted, plus they have the constant attention of a "great dad." It may not be perfect, but it sounds pretty good to me.


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