Though there are some who scorn mothers who sacrifice careers for youngsters, I don't wonder if I did the right thing deciding to stay at home. Even the worst days, stressed because my children are unknowingly prodding the devil on my shoulder, I still would rather be gritting my teeth and learning patience than earning money to pay someone else to raise them while I was away. It is difficult but I don't doubt that it's worth it.
To put it in the metaphoric words of Tenneva Jordan, "A mother is a person who, seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie."
Really, I don't like pie that much.