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  1. I’m a SAHM too (for now). I have a 5 and 1 year-old, and boy, it took me some time to make my husband appreciate what I do and help around the house. You see, where I’m from, society makes men believe that they are kings the day they’re born and women are there to make everybody around them happy. It’s even harder when society has already decided what a man’s job is and a woman’s job is! Thank God we are both educated and we’re trying to do things more consciously to set a good example for our children.

  2. I made the switch about 2 years ago and while it has been amazing and I love spending the extra time with my little girls that I can’t back it is so tough too. Thanks for sharing more information with husbands. I love mine so much but feel it would be good for him to spend just a week in our shoes!

  3. This is such a brilliant post, and I’d just like to say, thank you for all the hard work you and all other mom’s do, you really are incredible and I really believe some of us really are not grateful enough for the effort and work in you put into everyday to keep things running. So thank you.

  4. It’s not easy to be a stay-at-home mom, I don’t know why others think otherwise. But this job is one of the most fulfilling jobs a mother could ever have- Enjoy the kids while they’re young!

  5. I am so glad your husband is on your side and supportive. It’s great when stay at home mums give themselves grace for all they do, but even greater when the person you are building your life with has empathy and appreciates all you do.

  6. I think if husbands read this, out marriage lives will be more successful spiritually as they will understand us as their wives much better.

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