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    NO POOR CHILD! it is not a normal family life.


    -she now has to choose to either give up working and the kid will be raised in poverty or continue working and not have that much time raising the child. The child will be taken of by strangers most of the day.

    Those are the only choices? Really? Are you sure?

    How is it both my parents could work full-time and still be full-time parents? Oh yeah! They worked at home.

    Your either/or proposition doesn’t hold a lot of water.


    haifagirl – As a parent who has raised kids, that’s the Reality! If both parents work fulltime, when kids are young, more likely than not they won’t get the proper attention from their parents.

    People will tell you what they did is right, doesn’t mean it is!


    Both my parents worked full-time from the time I was born. I can count on one hand the times I was left with a baby-sitter. That was only in emergencies. I got more attention than I wanted from my parents.

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