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On the contrary, I mean that I quite literally cannot afford my wife to be staying at home. My wife stays home and takes care of our son every single day. But on top of that, he is her only focus. All of her love, all of her time, all of her energy.
She is always there, always near, and always listening. Obviously, this is part of being a parent. You take care of your child and you raise your child.
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I am in no way trying to simplify, objectify, or devalue the priceless love of a mother for her child. Pay day feels good for a reason. Even if we were making the maximum amount allowed for our tax bracket, the services rendered of caring for our child every single day of the year would absorb the majority of our income.
It never even has a chance to grow. We also have a toddler, so those of you who are unfamiliar, that means a tissue box left unattended for approximately 18 seconds is completely emptied with its contents strewn across the apartment.
Toys rapidly find their way from his bedroom to the living room. Books will occasionally fly off their shelves. So on and so forth. Picking up the apartment is part in parcel with keeping the place presentable.
Not to mention the natural progression of dirty dishes, dusting, vacuuming, etc. Does your wife ever run errands for you? Get you a new pack of white undershirts? Does your wife ever cook dinner?
Prepare lunch beforehand for you to take with you to work? These numbers, for the most part, still fall embarrassingly short of all the things that are actually accomplished each and every week. Looking objectively at an almost insultingly conservative average of the services rendered, I cannot afford my wife.
All of the incentives that someone who makes over 70K a year would normally enjoy are not part of this deal. All of the worker appreciations, merit bonuses, and recognition that comes with being a part of an office are out too.
My wife sometimes feels patronized when I ask her permission to buy something for myself. I would have to make over K to even begin to be able to cover my living expenses as well as employ my wife as a Stay-At-Home Mom!
So in a very weird way, this is my way of saying how much I value my wife as the mother of my child and the one who always has my back no matter what.
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