Monday, February 13, 2006

An excellent point (and some Mommy blog love)

LeeAnn from "Tales from the Crib" makes some excellent points about motherhood, careers, and reality. The beginning paragraph makes an EXCELLENT point:
Just because we're women does not mean we must have it all. I think a big mistake women in western culture make is to think that we should have a career and motherhood both, without sacrificing some part of one or the other. Men don't get to do that, so why do we think we deserve more "rights"? Why should I expect others to pay for me to have it both ways?
The whole thing is very worth reading.

And since I'm linking to an excellent motherhood blog, I ought to link to a few others--some of my favorite Mormon mommy blogs that help me feel better about myself AND help me want to be better. Tracy M. at Dandelion Mama; Heather O. and the Wiz and others (including Tracy M.) at Mormon Mommy Wars; Kathryn at Daring Young Mom (which blog made me laugh until I cried); and Mom on a Wire.


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  • Sorry about the crying. I'll work on that. Thanks for the link.

    By Blogger Kathryn Thompson, at 2/14/2006 12:42 AM  

  • A link from a low traffic blog like ours probably won't amount to much of a traffic spike (though it will probably help you PageRank) but I know that Keryn has sure enjoyed reading anecdotes from her fellow travellers in motherhood.

    By Blogger Bradley Ross, at 2/14/2006 7:00 PM  

  • I don't care about the traffic spike. I just thought it was nice. I actually really like making people cry. :)

    By Blogger Kathryn Thompson, at 2/15/2006 11:35 PM  

  • DYM--I discovered your blog and promptly read the archives. Bradley thought I was slightly batty, because I was giggling hysterically one minute and crying with shared emotion the next. I am in awe of your talent--you are an amazing writer. Thanks for being willing to share with the rest of us.

    By Blogger Keryn, at 2/16/2006 4:37 PM  

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