Working Parents: Freedom from Kids or Work?

I just learned a new  word: “Kidsickness.”  It’s when parents miss their kids. I mention it now because many parents and their kids can’t wait until the kids go off to summer camp or to visit a grandparent for a week or two. Yet soon after the kids depart, the kids become homesick and the parents get “kidsick” until they are reunited.

The lesson: Although an occasional separation is good, at their core, families long to be together – and hug.

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One response to “Working Parents: Freedom from Kids or Work?

  1. I love this post, it is so very true…I work from home and send my daughter to daycare 3 days a week and every morning once she is gone I get teary eyed and think “why did I send her to daycare again?” But, as an entrepreneur it makes good business sense to get at least 3 good full days in…

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