October 10, 2016

New book “The Pie Life” is another “bull****” attack on stay-at-home moms

Gavin McInnesArchive

There's a new book out, claiming that stay at home moments are lying about being happy.


But “having it all” isn’t possible.

Why do husbands and wives “have to work,” anyway? How much money do families really need?

Women who leave their children with nannies are actually “importing love” from the Third World. Is that really a great plan: Taking these poor women away from their own kids so they can look after yours?

Communities are built by woman. When they stay home — whether or not they have kids — it makes every community better.

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commented 2017-12-04 12:02:09 -0500
Stay at home mother isn’t a job. It’s called being unemployed and contributing nothing to society, the economy, the labor force on your own. Stay at home mom is probably the worst thing for women. Why else would every society or group that sees women as garbage such as Islam, India, and Hassidic Judaism think women should only be housewives? It’s all about putting women away from ever challenging and taking power for men. It’s also a waste of potential.
commented 2016-10-12 20:22:14 -0400
@harold Hoff;
Here here!
I was a single father years ago with one son, ( he grew up ).
Now I am a single father again with two teenage sons.
Two exwives who did not understand the importance of marriage, the family, and fidelity.
Your position on modern feminism, is spot on!
commented 2016-10-11 22:20:48 -0400
Raising children is the most important career on the planet. Don’t let anyone (SJWs) convince you otherwise, as is happening in the EU. Once you destroy the family, you go extinct – it’s really that simple.

I’ll take issue with one thing here. I (as a man) want that most important job! If my wife held that illusive career which paid the bills, I’d like nothing better than to stay home, nurture and take care of the kids, and do all the domestic tasks needing doing. It’s perception really: feminists et al have convinced many this is “beneath” them, whereas I think it’s entirely “above” them.
commented 2016-10-11 20:46:27 -0400
Mrs Rural Rebel—-If you had a spare few hours when the kids were at school, would you paint the barn door or a small shed, if your husband was busy? I am sure you would, making you a full partner in this happy marriage.
commented 2016-10-11 13:23:18 -0400
My husband and I are fortunate that we don’t have to have other jobs beside farming. But everyday I am the wife, mother, maid, chef, personal trainer and evening mistress. I WORK hard. I joking say I retired at 27, cause I don’t have to commute, punch in and work for anyone but my family. My days are mine and I couldn’t be happier.
commented 2016-10-11 11:37:06 -0400
My wife and I have four children. She stays at home and takes care of them while I work two jobs. Our mortgage is paid off. We have no debts. We have lots of savings. We don’t live paycheck to paycheck. We have never used another person to babysit (aside from Friday night sleepovers at their grandparents’ house). Most people who tell you “life is too expensive” for one parent to stay home are really saying “I don’t want to give up our two cars, our house in the city, our phones, our gadgets, our ski weekends, etc. etc.”. Kids need a roof over their heads, food, clothes, and a mother and father to love them and take care of them. That’s it.
commented 2016-10-11 08:27:40 -0400
Jimmy Fleece;
How come you post the odd logical, common sense statement, such as your last, while the majority of the time, your posts are leftwing drival?
Your comment regarding dual income families is spot on. However, you omitted the fact that liberal policy and high taxes created that situation in the first place.
( Perhaps your Trudope Rectal Syndrome " is not terminal after all? Could it be that there is still hope for you Jimmy? Time will tell ).
commented 2016-10-11 07:27:07 -0400
What many of you seem to not understand is that fact that many families need two incomes to survive. It’s not a choice – it’s what they have to do to stay above water.
commented 2016-10-11 01:17:20 -0400
I remember Lois on Family Guy telling Gloria Ironbox(LMAO , gotta love that show), that feminism is about choice, sadly the new feminazi movement has made it all about subservience to their warped ideals.
commented 2016-10-11 01:15:11 -0400
Sue Diotte your kids are much better off that way, sadly they will be living in one screwed up world though.
commented 2016-10-11 01:14:19 -0400
Keith Richards very well said. These spoiled ignorant lazy scumbags do not realize having everything handed to you makes life dull and somewhat pointless and it makes them bitter so they try to bring others with happy fullfilled lives down.
commented 2016-10-11 00:57:25 -0400
Gavin: Society will reach the point where women, and they won’t have to have had a couple of Chardonnays, will be asking if they have children (or grandchildren) and the answer will be “No, I aborted mine. How about you?”

If a woman wants to work, then fine. If she wants to stay home, then fine.
In most cases, women don’t have a choice, they have to work.
When I was younger and a ‘feminist’, I couldn’t understand why a woman would want to stay home. But age has taught me that, not only was I condescending, but I did not have respect for women by supporting that choice of roles. The choice, that is, to stay home or work.
commented 2016-10-11 00:03:16 -0400
If I could live life over again and was at dating age; I wouldn’t go near a woman that could not hold a job and it would essential that she loved work.
These women that try and convince you that the child needs the mother at home lie for their convenience . Other women say that a stay-at-home mom needs an education. It has been proven all over the US that the best Nannies are Black American or Mexican women, and they typically only have limited education. They are great Nannies because they give their love to the child.
Men don’t do it=you die behind your office desk at 65, and your stay-at-home wife and your hard earned resources live till 85, many times with someone else. Moral of the story—Both work and both retire at 55.
commented 2016-10-11 00:02:24 -0400
Liberals, Democrats, etc., they are all the same.
They want to raise our children in their ideology.
Remember what the Toronto School Board said when Strap-on Wynne was still the education minister?
" We are Co-Parents of Ontario’s Children "……
Ya, not in my world!
commented 2016-10-10 23:49:41 -0400
Probably written by an unfulfilled sexual deviant with envy syndrome.
commented 2016-10-10 22:08:17 -0400
I think it should be obvious now that Women are VITALLY IMPORTANT to society when it comes to having and raising families. Other jobs pale by comparison.

These days, between women not having as many – or any – children, and abortion, the birth rate is well below the replacement level. No wonder we have to import so many migrants.

Something is definitely wrong with a society that can’t even reproduce itself.
commented 2016-10-10 21:00:36 -0400
I’ve been a stay at home mom for almost 17 years. Yes I am educated with a college degree and further training in customs regulations for a job I worked at for a total of 15 years before leaving my job to take care of my children and grow our family. No way did we want nannies or babysitters raising our children. We have one car and dad takes it to work everyday. It is an older car and paid for. I walk everywhere during the day since he has the car. Hey, our house is almost paid off and no we are not the almighty rich. The kids have everything they need and a few extras and that is sufficient. They have their own room, but half the time they fall asleep on the family room floor or play room in their make-shift tents they created. I am home when they leave for school and I am home when they get home from school. They can smell dinner before they walk in the door. This wack job lady and her book can go stick it as she really doesn’t know what REAL motherhood is!
commented 2016-10-10 20:32:06 -0400
Glenn Craig ,

“getting other women to raise your kids” … that really says it all. Well put.
commented 2016-10-10 19:37:14 -0400
Our most important resource is our children, and I think most of us would love to stay home and raise them ourselves. People who want to undermine society, write books like this.
commented 2016-10-10 18:50:54 -0400
Ah the great feminist liberation…getting other women to raise your kids….an immigrant underclass when you can afford it and the tinydyke early indoctrination center when you can’t.
commented 2016-10-10 18:15:09 -0400
Keith Richards commented 13 minutes ago.
commented 2016-10-10 18:01:03 -0400
Bravo Zulu commented 39 mins ago

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commented 2016-10-10 17:21:29 -0400
Keith Richards – I could not have said it better myself.

Spot on