"I have been a mother since I was 20," she points out. "I did not have the life a normal 20 year old would have. While I don't regret that, I knew that I now have the opportunity to reconnect with who I might have been then, but with all the tools and skill sets I have learned through motherhood. I have the unique opportunity most women don't get to have, of being able to truly create the life I wish to have, do something in the world that makes a difference, and model this kind of independence for my children."
This is a really fascinating article. What are your thoughts on it?
It strikes me that this is incredibly selfish and her conclusions are foolish, but that's my thoughts on it. What do you think? I'll post more at a later time.