mom blogs

Chang, Irene
February 2009
Working Mother;Feb/Mar2009, Vol. 32 Issue 2/3, p16
The article features a working mother's blog on how she feels about being a stranger to many people in her community. She also describes how her stay-at-home husband takes care of their two children while she was at work. She notes that she feels like a superstar with the way people are reacting when they meet her at the grocery store with her children.


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