Why being a stay-at-home parent is harder than going to work
Just because it's not paid, doesn't mean it's not a job
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There are many negative assumptions made about stay-at-home parents, namely that their work doesn't amount to that of someone with a paid or "real" job. The truth is, not only is stay-at-home parenting a real job, it also doesn't have a fixed start and finish to the day, like a regular job does. It is constant work, and needs to be taken very seriously.
Take a look through our gallery, inspired by Self-Made, to find many examples of why stay-at-home parenting is not an easy task at all!