Tuesday, February 09, 2010

The Dignity of Motherhood

One of my many favorite writers on the web, Betty Duffy, recently wrote this:
Motherhood already has an inherent dignity because it is the biological design of women to be mothers, but in a worldly sense, mothering our kids is a pretty good deal. What I want to know is why we are still apologizing for following the natural design of our hearts and bodies? Why are we still yearning to be the workhorses of the boardroom, the bedroom, and the kitchen? It feels counterintuitive.
Read the rest here.

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