How to Become a Stay At Home Mom – Interview with Laura Harris

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Hi all, unfortunately you’re too late on this book. It’s being revamped and will be resold at a later date.

“Wee wee!! Higher mommy, higher!” Her cheeks almost shimmer with a reddish hue as she throws her head back and giggles with delight.

It’s Sunday. You wish this moment could repeat itself day after day after day…but the reality is you’ve got to take your kiddo to daycare tomorrow. She’ll pout, whimper, and probably throw a tantrum again… All she wants in this world is you, but you’re dropping her off with strangers for 9 hours a day…

Oh how you wish staying at home was possible, but it’s just not the reality of this world anymore, right? Doesn’t every parent need to work these days?

Honestly, no.

And that’s why Laura Harris has written the eBook, “The Stay-At-Home Mom Blueprint“. The book is only $10. Use the promo . . . → Read More: How to Become a Stay At Home Mom – Interview with Laura Harris

How to Ditch Your Job and Become a Stay-At-Home Mom

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“A-d-d-i-l-y-n” – I wrote out the letters on the hospital room white board. Liz smiled, nodded, and we all nuzzled together, excited about our future as a family.

During those memorable moments, Liz and I pretty much knew that she was going to ditch her job and become a stay-at-home mom. We had been planning for this before we even met each other!

Seriously.

Liz was completely debt free on our first date, I was just wrapping up some debt that I owed my ex, ….and secretly, I’d been dreaming of supporting a stay-at-home mom since I was about 16 years old… (weird I know, but I’m a bit of a planner… ;)).

And since we met,

Liz sold her home and banked $40,000 from the equity, and I paid off my house (where we still live today) entirely.

Then, six months after our precious Addilyn was born, we bought . . . → Read More: How to Ditch Your Job and Become a Stay-At-Home Mom