Are you really a work at home mom?
Yes. I really do work at home. I am also fortunate enough to have a job that I can do from home that I get paid for as well.
How many kids did you say you have?
I have 5 children. Sometimes 6, but that's only when the hubby is sick or injured or wanting attention. I also have 7 - make that 6 fish.
What exactly do you do at home?
Vocationally (the jobs I get paid for), I am a business manager for a sales coach in New York, a freelance website designer, an author, and I own a small cake decorating business.
Non-vocationally - I'm a butcher, a baker, and a candle-stick maker.
How do you find the time to do all of these things?
Usually I don't. Nobody ever told me I had to find time to do things, I just do them - sometimes that means I'm up very late - but I dont mind, that's when I get my best thinking done.
What does the "p" stand for in wahpm?
Professional. We are all professional moms, whether we get paid for it in kisses and hugs, or in dollars. In my opinion anyone who spends more than 40 hours a week on anything is considered "professional".
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