Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
You are right about working...a proverbs 31 woman did help her household as needed. We have made poor choices and working will most likely be a necessity..well..is a necessity. However, with 4 kids and the cost of daycare for two of them...YIKES! I am trying to figure something out. I wish I had started to work a long time ago. I fell into the trap that working mad you a bad mom once I hung out with some SAHMs. lol. They are wrong. Besides our priorities are God, Husband, kids. I need to keep that in order.
Thanks for adding me as a friend. I am following both of you blogs! Love the doll clothes.
Hi..I found you on Christian moms on here. Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that because I am a SAHHomeschoolingM, everyone assumes that I think every woman should do what I do. Geesh. I think we all should follow how the Lord leads us and stop trying to walk on everyone's else's path. I have done daycare for years, and I have seen first hand that a good mom is a good mom if she works or not. A mom who stays home is not automatically some great mom. I have seen a few that were junky. lol. I support moms no matter what...I especially support my sisters in Christ. In fact, one of the best moms I know works 40 hours a week outside the home. So, blessings to you. You no doubt are a great influence on your children. They will see your example and learn a great deal from it. I toy with the idea of working all the time.
I am a traditional scrapper, but the last couple of month I have been into digital. I downloaded a free program, Scrapbookflair.com, and have been playing a bit. Waiting for Christmas to buy Photoshop Elements 7. I hae been downloading freebies that I have been seeing. I can't wait to get it:)
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