So what's your sore spot?
There are a few
"He is an only child so it is time for another" - personal decision by a couple anyway but it took 3 years to get pregnant and I am now 40.
"He should go to a formal pre-school" - He is at a home day care and she has a curriculum. More importantly, how does a working mom with an hour commute each way transport son to pre-school 3 days a week for a couple of hours. DH also has the same commute. Yes, we can find a new place but he has been at his daycare for 3 years and loves it. Again, personal decision.
"Why are you working?" Personal decision again. We have a normal home that has a mortgage. The mortgage will not be paid by one income as hubby and I make average salaries.
oh there are so many more......
i'm a bit more selective about that,lol...i have a single sister,former school teacher who can give you an earful about who the concerned,well parents are over parents who don't give a darn about their kids.
To be truthful, most of the time neither did the men. But underwear evolved from men's trousers. And only fast women wore men's clothing. It wasn't until the industrial revolution, that women started wearing anything under their petticoats. Young girls wore pantaloons first because their dresses were the shortest. And most of them were crotchless for ease in going to the bathroom.
The truth may be out there but lies are in your head. Terry Pratchett
Chiming in a week late here but your post cracked me up. Next time someone says that just tell them that for most of history it was the loose women who wore underwear. Nice girls didn't.
Here's mine and it comes from the same 2 moms ALL the time! First was about homework(our boys are in the same class, have been since 3rd grade, now in 5th) and how they can't stand all the homework and/or studying they have. Ummm okay, they have 1, I repeat 1 child and
Right off the top of my head, Jess, I can name to you three occasions where this has been said to me.
1st time- close friend, childless at the time.
1. 'cuz I want to
2. nearly all, yes
3. sometimes I spose, but I have nothing to compare it to.