Being from Ethiopia, most of the mothers out there are stay at home Moms. I honestly thought it was unrealistic to have it all for a mom. After moving here, I have learned that being a Supermom is really possible. I see a lot of moms who have a full-time job and then go home to do it all, from taking care of their babies to cleaning and cooking. Of course, it is not easy to accomplish but it depends on how the mother goes about it.
Every working mother battles to discover the harmony between her family and her vocation. How would they accomplish this perfect world of doing it all? They don’t! They make sense of it as they go and consider their children’s needs and additionally their own, nearly as though assembling the bits of a bewilder. Moms work long after their children go to bed. They approach relatives and companions for help with childcare. It is important, to remind themselves that as mothers, they all want what’s best for their children, and they must also do what’s best for their rational soundness.
There is no mysterious answer on being a working mother and “doing it all.” My best recommendation is to recollect that the mother who appears like she has everything in perfect order, working or not, has her own particular arrangement of tension and battles she should confront each day and that moms, must lift and bolster each other. Moms ought to remind themselves day by day that their children will never be as youthful as they were the day preceding and that in a squint of an eye, they will be altogether grown up. They should know later on they’ll be thinking back on calm mornings longing for the mayhem that they live in now.