I don’t always have creative ideas for my writing, but a few months ago I discovered a blog that infuriates me most of the time. I know, I know. Then why do I read it? Well, it’s one of those train wrecks that you just have to look. So yeah, I read it to see what drivel she is spouting for the day.
If you don’t know, her name is Lori Alexander. I do have to admit she shares some decent, Biblical principles. My problem is her broad negative assumptions about women while almost idolizing men. Women are controlling, wasteful, and only work outside the home for material things and fancy vacations. I’m not kidding. She has said these things.
She can’t understand why people challenge her and say she hates women. She believes she is actually encouraging women and preaches Titus 2 like there aren’t 65 other books in the Bible. Of course, when she receives negative feedback, she will block you on fb or won’t approve your comment on her blog. http://lorialexander.blogspot.com/.
So I thought my responses would make good blog material.
In today’s post, the only way to have a happy, stable child is for them to have a stay-at-home-mom. I don’t think anyone would argue that a child having a mom at home full time is a good thing. However, it is not the ONLY way to have a happy, secure child. My mother had me at age 17 and worked all of my growing up years. I went to evil daycare and public school. Somehow, I managed to have a happy childhood and am close to my mother to this day. My husband had his mother at home full time, and now he can’t stand her. My grandmother was home with my mom and her sisters, and all of them got into some sort of trouble (which is why I arrived before my mother completed high school).
So, while children having a stay-at-home-mom is a good thing. It is no guarantee the children will not have issues.