So You Want to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom by Cheryl Gochnauer, Cherly Gochnauer
Are you thinking about making the move out of the rat race and into the home front? Perhaps you are wondering whether being at home full time is for you or how you can make ends meet. This book tells you what being stay-at-home morn is like from the perspective of one who is doing it. Step-by-step practical tips show how you can make the change.
Gochnauer (pronounced Golf-ner) is a stay-at-home mom living in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband and two children. She developed the popular website www.Homebodies.org to create a network for stay-at-home parents. She is a contributor to the stay-at-home-mom area at www.DrLaura.com, and she has been a regular writer for the Kansas City Star.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments 1. Pick Up Your Cradle & Follow Me 2. Honey, You're Home 3. Setting Up Your Family Business Plan 4. Will My Professional Training Go to Waste? 5. Resuming Your Career Once the Kids Are Older 6. How Do I Tell My Boss? 7. My Husband's Nervous; My Relatives Think I'm Crazy 8. Life on a Budget 9. God, the Ultimate Money Manager 10. Avoiding Super Stay-at-Home Mom Syndrome 11. A Fruitful Motherhood 12. Creativity on the Home Front 13. Passing On a Moral Inheritance 14. When Do I Get Off Work? 15. Oh, to Hear Another Adult Voice 16. Finding Your Mentor 17. Developing a Personal Mission Statement Appendix: Resources for Mom