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Posted By: Imright, 3/20/2020 6:02:11 AM

Home sweet home? More like home fresh hell. New York City parents are losing their minds trying to balance working from home and playing teacher to their cooped-up kids amid the coronavirus outbreak. Schools shut down Monday, leaving mom and dad to their own devices.“It’s definitely chaos,” says a 37-year-old Brooklyn lawyer and mom of two, who asked to withhold her name for work reasons. “Everything is out. Toys are everywhere. It’s complete mayhem in here. Do you know how hard it is to research and write while I have

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Toledo 3/20/2020 6:14:08 AM (No. 351719)
these are the parents who raise snowflakes. bunch of whiners
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Hairy Eyeball 3/20/2020 6:16:24 AM (No. 351721)
Doesn't Natalie know the new buzzword? 'Parents are losing their minds having kids home amid coronavirus'. Fixed it for her.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: NancyD 3/20/2020 6:24:26 AM (No. 351728)
Staying home with kids is NO walk in the park, unless of course if you decide to take them to the park and then they are so excited they run in 3 different directions! Ha! We had 3 kids within 15 months, so I was busy, but I did it every day. They will get used to it, enjoy it, laugh because they are so funny and it will make memories.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: GO3 3/20/2020 6:45:49 AM (No. 351742)
Whoops! No more taxpayer funded baby sitting service, right?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: worried 3/20/2020 6:51:53 AM (No. 351746)
And what do these parents do during summer vacations? Who takes care of the kids then? Your grandparents stayed home and raised the kids, and lived through it. And didn't whine about how hard it was. (Or maybe it was your GREAT grandparents; not sure exactly when this all about me stuff started.)
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Reply 6 - Posted by: dtrumpet2 3/20/2020 7:25:39 AM (No. 351762)
It would seem that some parents are suffering the children they created.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Winstonian 3/20/2020 7:26:01 AM (No. 351763)
Me. Me, Me, why did these parents have children in the first place.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bpl40 3/20/2020 7:45:18 AM (No. 351779)
First thing to go out the window is guidelines for safe TV watching.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Daisymay 3/20/2020 7:56:33 AM (No. 351797)
I agree with the above Posters. A lot of Parents are so career driven that they have their children, take their three month Maternity leave, and happily go back to work From then on, someone else raises and trains their children. The argument is both parents MUST work to survive. I disagree. I think it's a matter of priorities. My children were born in 1950, 60 and 64. My husband worked in construction and I stayed home. We had a 3 Bed home (on a slab). Fortunately, we also had a large fenced in back yard. I was 25 when the last one was born. Yep! I had to figure it out! I had to figure out how to cook, get meals on the table, do laundry, keep a clean home and raise 3 kids under 5 all at the same time. Nobody helped me! I loved being a mom and a housewife. No, we didn't go on vacations, have a big home or nice furniture that hadn't been handed down from family. But we loved our kids and spend time with them. Our big treat was going to McDonalds on Friday night! Now, the young parents need to have two cars, a big house (like their friends) a cleaning lady, vacations and girls and guys weekend ends away with their friends! It's all about priorities. They don't understand that all of those things will come in time, when their children are raised. Then it's their time! At least, that's the way it was! I guess times have changed and I don't think it was all for the good!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: anniebc 3/20/2020 8:11:36 AM (No. 351820)
I loved being home with my two children who are nineteen months apart. We had full days, and yes, I taught them to read. My babies thought their parents knew everything. Until they got to middle school, of course. I kept a very clean house, and my little ones always had age appropriate chores. They could only watch Sesame Street (it was watchable then) and Reading Rainbow. I practiced what I preached and watched very little TV. I appreciated the job of shaping and molding my children. We were a Marine family, so we moved, on average, every two years. When we'd take long flights back and forth overseas, the airline folks and other travelers always marveled at how well behaved and travel friendly my children were. Older people liked spending time with them on the planes, and strangers at the commissary and other shopping places always asked me if I wanted them to help me with them when they were babies. At the time, I lived in Seattle when children were being kidnapped all the time, so I always thought that was strange and said no. My babies were adorable, and they still are in their thirties. I just wish my children would get married and have some grand-babies for me to enjoy. They love babies, so I'm sure they will be great parents. How can you not enjoy your own children?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Clinger 3/20/2020 8:28:57 AM (No. 351849)
Hmm that's odd I have a personal sample size of two but neither are going crazy. As a matter of fact they are enjoying being with their kids. I'm getting more cool pics of academic accomplishment than usual. Oh but we were supposed to have been liberated by the inflation of the Carter years inspiring unleashing the yearning of all moms to join the workforce instead of staying home and nurturing their children. It would most certainly make sense that we wouldn't particularly relish in hanging around our own offspring now wouldn't it.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Lonestar Jack 3/20/2020 8:38:31 AM (No. 351873)
These parents had the pleasure now they have to accept the responsibility.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Highlander 3/20/2020 8:39:45 AM (No. 351875)
Awwww. New Yawkers are experiencing what having a family is all about!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Calamity Kate 3/20/2020 8:42:54 AM (No. 351882)
Let me, as a home school parent, interject some sanity and compassion into this. What is they are calling 'home school' during this shut down isn't AT ALL reflective of a typical HS day. As a HS family, we are frequently out and about -- co-op, book store, library, zoo, parks, museums, lunch and coffee dates, mega play dates at rotating houses. None of these options are available to families at this time. All this with a stay-home 'dedicated' (as in dedicated to being the one home and teaching) vs. a parent suddenly thrust into this WHILE still having to most likely work from home. Trying to figure out the sent-home or online curriculum on the fly, or invent one/cobble together on their own (I've spent MONTHS researching curriculum)Couple this with the heightened, ambient general stress and chaos of the situation and I get their frustration. Imagine having young children in a condo or high-rise and you can't just shove them out the back door into the yard for a much needed coffee/sanity breather? The online HS FB community is doing a great job reaching out to what we've now termed 'viral homeschoolers' with ideas, reassurance, and support. They aren't whiners, they really do love and enjoy their kids, they aren't raising snowflakes, and others' derision and mocking of their situation is simply not helpful. It's been a chaotic couple of weeks. They're off balance and looking for a new normal and routine under very odd circumstances. Offer some help and quit being curmudgeonly jerks to them.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Strike3 3/20/2020 8:43:56 AM (No. 351885)
Gee, maybe you as a parent should have spent a little more time teaching your kids to be obedient and cooperative. We brought the grandkids out to the woods with us to keep them safe and life is going along just fine.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: chillijilli 3/20/2020 8:49:31 AM (No. 351892)
"Parents" are not losing their minds being home with their kids because those who consider themselves as "parents" first and foremost would WANT to be with their kids during a time like this especially. However, "career persons" may be losing their minds being home with their kids because those who rank their own careers as numero uno want to be in the workplace first and foremost and NOT with their kids. Or something.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Calamity Kate 3/20/2020 8:50:57 AM (No. 351893)
And all my typos are courtesy of a pre-coffee stupor ... not representative of a home school parent's writing ability....lol. I have an advanced degree, just sloppy with some details sometimes. Carry on. Off to find the coffee I've made that is certainly cooling off somewhere in the house. What I learned living in Houston during and after Harvey -- DON'T ADD TO THE CHAOS! If you can't be helpful or encouraging, stay home with your mouth firmly shut and fingers away from the keyboard.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: bgarrett 3/20/2020 8:57:52 AM (No. 351904)
Its not a surprise that New York City parents are incompetent at raising their own kids. I say this as a single father who raised two sons by myself. One is an Electrical Engineer and one is a Certified Jeweler
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Namma 3/20/2020 9:47:47 AM (No. 351958)
Maybe the good Lord this sent this virus to get families to be families again. Get rid of the materialism and get back to raising and praying and being real parents. I stayed home with our children. And I loved it. We enjoyed our children. They were not a burden, they were a blessing. And we enjoyed their children.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: udanja99 3/20/2020 10:19:05 AM (No. 351995)
They need to grow up! The parents, I mean. I was a stay at home mom for 15 years. My daughter never set foot in daycare. We had to drastically change our lifestyle with only one income, but none of us would ever trade a moment of the time we spent together.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: BigGeorgeTX 3/20/2020 10:49:27 AM (No. 352024)
Why do these people breed if they don't want to spend time with their children? Obviously they look upon public education as free babysitting.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: LadyHen 3/20/2020 11:01:56 AM (No. 352046)
I am a stay at home, homeschooling mom. E,cept cor a.little extra stocking up, life around our home is remarkably unchanged.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Dave292 3/20/2020 11:18:06 AM (No. 352065)
I feel very sorry for people with young kids. Now, I feel even sorrier for them due to this pandemic. (Ha ha - see what I did there?). I hope the American spirit prevails - which includes a sense of humor.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: DVC 3/20/2020 11:23:24 AM (No. 352070)
Oh well. One niece home schools so her three, with one more on the way soon, are home 24/7. She copes amazingly well. Deal with it.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: columba 3/20/2020 11:39:20 AM (No. 352091)
Every loving mother knows "how hard it is to research and write while I have..."
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Reply 26 - Posted by: WI Cynic 3/20/2020 11:57:31 AM (No. 352118)
Stolen from facebook: "Day three of homeschooling. Both students have been expelled for fighting, and the teacher was fired for drinking on the job." Change is stressful. Everyone doing this for the first time is going to be bent out shape for a little while, and then the overwhelming majority will make it work.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: earlybird 3/20/2020 12:20:18 PM (No. 352155)
They shouldn’t have had children.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: marbles 3/20/2020 12:28:11 PM (No. 352163)
# 9 I'm confused. You say your first child was born in 1950 and the last in 1964 when you were 25? Please clarify.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: ScarletPimpernel 3/20/2020 12:36:24 PM (No. 352168)
FTA: "“To teach them and to do my work is f - - king insane,” she says. “I’ve worked from home before, but I never had to teach them.” "As if the homework weren’t enough, there’s also the question of feeding them, says the unnamed attorney from Bay Ridge. “Living with little kids is like living with dogs,” she says. “All they want to do is eat all day.” O.M.G. Did she really say that? How is feeding her children a problem? No wonder she went unnamed. I'd like to know what these "parents" what they expected when they had children. It's as if they have now become an inconvenient accessory, an obstacle to their careers. Lord help us.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: msjena 3/20/2020 12:50:25 PM (No. 352184)
Even stay at home moms get a break when their kids are at school. As a kid, I never understood why my mother couldn’t wait for the summer break to end.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: stablemoney 3/20/2020 1:33:56 PM (No. 352240)
Frankly, I do not support shutting down the economy.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Sam1 3/20/2020 1:34:51 PM (No. 352241)
Reading the number of times she uses profanity in this conversation to a newspaper reporter whom she knows is going to quote her.. I wonder how many times she uses the F-word in normal conversation. I suspect her kids have long ago learned to communicate using profanity. I'm disgusted w/these mothers on all fronts.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: NYbob 3/20/2020 3:49:04 PM (No. 352404)
You think winning the Revolution was rough or breaking out past the Allegheny mountains was a chore, imagine how our forefathers and mothers would be stopped dead in their tracks, if they had to cope with the stress of this self quarantine. The lawyer mom is the perfect know it all idiot.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: YorkieMom 3/20/2020 6:47:52 PM (No. 352565)
This is tough, but teaching 30 kids is a piece of cake according to many critics of teachers. Unless you have walked in others’ shoes....... When I taught, we would sometimes have parents who took their children out of school to homeschool them. A few months later, they were usually back in school.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: or gate 3/20/2020 7:17:17 PM (No. 352589)
Just say no to your kids and see if you are raising them right.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: judy 3/21/2020 3:08:48 AM (No. 352783)
Maybe these parents should not have children. The sad part is children copy this negativity from parents. Children sense when you don’t want them , some rebel , some go into a shell.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: franq 3/21/2020 9:46:39 AM (No. 352993)
Well, what did they expect raising a family would be like?
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CNN commentator Chris Cuomo admonished President Trump for repeatedly calling the coronavirus "the Chinese virus." “Calling it the Chinese virus or the Wuhan virus or the Kung Flu. Listen, you may think it's clever, but it's hurting,” Cuomo said on his nightly show on Wednesday. “The idea, ‘Well, it did come from China.’ Then why doesn't Fauci and other top health officials, why don’t they call it that? You know why? Because it could have come from anywhere.” The virus, which has sparked a global pandemic, is believed to have originated in an animal market in Wuhan, China. Trump has said he uses the phrase "Chinese virus" for accuracy purposes.
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