When I was a kid, Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) hosted America's Funniest Home Videos.
And he would always interview the family of the winning video the at the end of the episode, and ask the parents what they did for a living.
Frequently, the wife would say, "I'm a stay at home mom."
And every time, Saget would quickly interject with, "And we all know there's nothing harder than that."
For some reason, I always thought this was a 'save' attempt. That everyone in the room knew this wasn't true. That the mother was partially embarrassed to admit she didn't have a real job.
Then, I had a child. And every day I'm home alone with her is the most isolating and exhausting experience of my week. Work is a vacation compared to it.
Yet, from the 'Ann Romney' gaffe from the other day, I realized that there truly is bias against the stay-at-home mom.
And I don't understand anyone who has had kids having it?
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