There is no "Me" in Maternity Meghann Foye

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Meghann Foye, here are the real perks of Maternity leave. Check out my rebuttal to Foye’s argument that women on maternity leave are on a journey to discover themselves and have some “Me” time. I can tell you Meghann, there is no “Me” in maternity. If you are on a mobile device, please click here to view.

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  1. NO S***. Does this idiot Foy have any kids? On what planet does picking up the kids from school become equally valid to going out drinking and bi***ing w/ the girlfrinds? Me time? Ihaven’t had any Me time since my kid was born and she’s 15! I actually work night and weekends in nursing while trying to finish a PhD during the week. And I actually had it worked out so she could take the bus home and I could fit some work in between her leaving for school at 6:20 am (Yes I said 6:20 AM which means getting up at 5 AM every day) and getting home at 2:15. Then she had to have her knee rebuild and can’t take the bus in a wheelchair. So back to the old mom-as-driver routine. And those jerks out there who resent me or anyone else leaving On Time from a job to get the kids should remember 2 things: 1) I get more done in my work time b/c I know I have a hard deadline every day than anyone who can goof off over coffee half the day and just hang out a little longer after hours. We all know you’re not really working that hard – it just looks like it. and 2) When you do finally finish for the day, you’re actually DONE. We pick up the kids and then head home for job # 2, the round of clubs, sports, laundry, cooking and trying to keep the bathroom from becoming a biohazard zone b/c multiple people are in and out of there daily. Before passing out at 9 pm to do it all again the next day.
    So Foy, I’ll make a deal with you, you stop saying stupid crap like that and I’ll not restart the damn ‘mommy wars’ we’ve all tried so hard to move away from.

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