We see below a workstation at a child's height. A mother is comforting her child while working. You can imagine she may be on a work call and is keep the child quiet.

So You Want to Talk About Working Parenthood

“The obligation for working [parents] is a very precise one: the feeling that one ought to work as if one did not have children, while raising one’s children as if one did not have a job” – Annabel Crabb

For many, working parenthood means endless juggling between career and family, such that many couples decide to have one parent stay at home. Let’s take a look at what goes into this decision for many parents, and the effects of this choice on our children.