Perhaps, being a stay-at-home parent is one of the hardest jobs. Here, they have no rest because while they are caring for their child, they also need to take care of the house. Moreover, they do not have time to rest and they do not earn any money.
But, even so, they still do it out of love for their family. But, it’s sad to think that the sacrifices they make are often invisible because other people think being a stay-at-home parent is easy.
Recently, a man from Thailand shared how he realized the hard work of his stay-at-home wife to take care of their children and home, and how grateful he was to his wife for the sacrifices it makes.
She posted a collage of screenshots she had taken from CCTV, saying she wanted to check or watch the footage regularly to see what his wife and children were doing. After observing her, she realizes that his wife does not stop at work for a day and that she cant rest often.
He also said that although his wife was tired and unable to rest, she did not complain. He also has a sweet caption on his post for his wife saying,
“I can’t express my gratitude enough for my wife’s sacrifices. Thank you for taking such good care of our child.”
The husband also reminded other spouses that they should appreciate their stay at home wife, because it is never been easy for them.
“People who go out to work complain about feeling exhausted when they come home. They think that their wives have it easier or do nothing at home. Change your mindset, because taking care of a child at home is not easy. I think our jobs outside are not even half as exhausting as our wives.”
His post went viral on social media where it now has over 31,000 shares, and other netizens agree with his observation. Many netizens tag their friends and family to remind them to thank their family. On the other hand, there were also netizens who praised the man and said he was a good husband and father.
His Wife, in turn, responded to the viral post, saying that she was really surprised that it was getting so much attention from netizens.
“Actually we don’t need any grand gestures, just understanding and support from our husbands and families is more than enough. This gives us the power to keep going and take care of the family.”