Baha'i mom and poet Andrea Hope dispels some myths about being a primary caregiver.
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Quote: With reference to the question of the training of children:6 given the emphasis placed by Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá on the necessity for the parents to train their children while still in their tender age, it would seem preferable that they should receive their first training at home at the hand of their mother, rather than be sent to a nursery. Should circumstances, however, compel a Bahá’í mother to adopt the latter course there can be no objection. (From a letter dated 13 November 1940 written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi to an individual believer)
Living the Life: Add Primary Caregiver to your resume
Resource: Arezoo Design
Poem: Stay-At-Home Mother from To Mother
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