3 Attributes Children Learn From Their Working Mothers

From observing their parent and also learning how to behave in their absence

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It’s three o’clock on a Wednesday, and if you’re a working mom, your mind might wander to a list of competing priorities. Likely, your children will shortly be dismissed from school, dinner plans are up in the air, and you’ve got a list of tasks to complete before you shut down your computer for the day.

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