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And while social networks masters the status of mothers who have freed themselves from keeping the household home for the time they spend with their kids, blogger Erin Parsons felt the need to say what she thinks about it. This is her story: “We can constantly hear attitudes like: a mess in a home makes a happy home, a dirty house is a sign that children are loved, where there is a fracture, there are memories, a pure house is a sign of a boring housewife …

Every time I hear such a statement I I’m upset. I’m pedantic, maybe too. My kids are accustomed to noise, so they can sleep while I’m using the vacuum cleaner. They used to pick up all their toys before we get out of the house. They live in a clean and neat home. And it’s still home! They are happy. And there are nice memories in that home. They’re crazy and smart. And I’m a fun person!

  • Do you like a regular house?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Are you too pedantic?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you bother toys around the house?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. Don’t feel upset, there’s nothing wrong in trying your best to have a nice and tidy environment! I think that cleanliness is very important, and tidiness is pleasant, but everything in moderation.

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