This Woman Shuts Down Anyone Who Thinks Stay-At-Home Moms Have It Easy.


How many times have you heard being a stay-at-home parent described as "a great opportunity to bond with your child"? Countless times. How about "a chance to get all that housework done before your partner gets home"? .... Not so much.

Ryshell Castleberry, a Mom from Florida, took to Facebook to advocate for the hard work stay-at-home parents do to not only parent their children but also run a household.


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Have you ever been terrified while at home alone, and convinced yourself you're hearing an intruder, or a scary animal? Have you ever been right? Our greatest fears are that we are isolated in our homes, alone, and something happens. Will we be equipped to deal with it?

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