Skip to comments.Open Letter Mocks Gwyneth Paltrow's Slight Against Moms Working 9-to-5 Gigs
Posted on 03/27/2014 10:00:03 PM PDT by This Just In
Gwyneth Paltrow says it's hard being a mom who works long hours on a movie set. Working moms with 9-to-5 type jobs, she insinuated, have it easier.
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Shut up, Gwyn, dear.
What Paltro doesn’t grasp, is that those moms do it decade in and decade out.
She works on a move for a few months, and then spends time in between living the life of Riley.
No sale Gwyneth.
Run away, Chris, run away as fast as you can.
Yeah. SO. Hard to be a multimillionaire with nannies, cooks, cleaning staff, chauffeurs, tutors, nutritionists, trainers, masseurs .....
She’s just another stupid Meat Puppet, repeating other peoples words for a living.
Gwyneth is such an asshat and she’s the last person who will ever realize it.
Those moms not only do this day after day, but they don’t have nannies, personal chefs, etc.
Freeper Kozak said it best:
“Yeah. SO. Hard to be a multimillionaire with nannies, cooks, cleaning staff, chauffeurs, tutors, nutritionists, trainers, masseurs .....”
My new granddaughter became ill about a month ago, right after my daughter finished her maternity leave. She had to stay with the baby for doctor appointments and a short hospitalization. Within two weeks, she had too many points and was fired.
Now she’s bankrupt, but she’s home, so I guess there’s a silver lining after all.
Sounds like some kind of bird..........
As we know, Marie, millions of dollars does not a good home make. Just ask Gwyneth and her soon-to-be ex-husband.
We’ve been a single income family for a number of years. Home educated our children. Two are in college. They’re solid kids, well adjusted, intelligent, respectful, they love engaging people of all ages in conversation, they’re hard working, honest, and are well liked.
Our family sacrificed a lot of worldly things in order to raise our children. That’s something money can NEVER buy. I empathize with your daughters financial challenges, but your granddaughter doesn’t desire her mommy’s money. She craves her attention and love.
Prayers to your daughter that she’ll find another job, or find a way to be at home while supporting her baby.
Yes, good point.
We hear you, goat granny. Read post #11.
Our family’s been told by mom’s that they could never stay home all day every day with their children. It would drive them crazy. Well, thankfully for these mom’s there’s free babysitting. It’s called public education. /s
This coming from someone who plays pretend for a living, and obviously she takes her work home with her.
It must be delightfully convenient to live in an insulated bubble.
Both of my kids were raised in a single income home and homeschooled and that’s how my daughter wanted to raise her own kids. The thing is, the couple wasn’t financially prepared for their ‘oops’ blessing baby.
We’ll see how it all works out.
God bless you and your husband, Marie, for your hard work and love for family. Oops Babies are always a great blessing, and despite the challenges, committed parents make it work. Best regards and prayers to you and your family.
Great legs and fashion sense as a rule
But can’t keep her panties on and legs shut for men other than her cold play husband
Graydon Carter at Vanity Fair was about to bust her bigtime with a cover story
No wonder they split
When she filmed here in Nashville.....buff said