Work at Home Mom-Picture Definition Can that be any more clear? You might also likeThe Old Manure SpreaderFarm Spring PicturesCan Cows BiteZweber Farm Vlogs!We have been busy on the farm!Zemanta Tagged on: family farm, minnesota, MN, organic farm, wordless wednesday, work at home mom By Zweber Farms | May 29, 2012 | Family | ← Spring time equals busy time on Zweber Farms Free Teacher Resource: Cows and Numbers → 5 thoughts on “Work at Home Mom-Picture Definition” Becky Gartman May 29, 2012 at 9:59 pm LOVE the picture. How I miss the back pack days(no run away toddlers to keep track of). Taking care of kids is hard enough, not to mention trying to do your job at the same time. I work off the farm two days a week and it is nice to be able to work without little kids in tow. On the flip side it is nice to be able to spend time with the kids, even if chores take longer! Gordon W. Fredrickson May 30, 2012 at 8:51 am People ask us why the little kids in my books are “working” with the adults on the farm because little kids really don’t do much. My answer, what else do you do with them? leave them in the house alone? there was no day-care in 1950 & farm women had to help work. As I state, this way the family is together. The children grow up learning that it is a family working together that makes the farm successful! Enjoy that time together. Val - Corn, Beans, Pigs & Kids May 31, 2012 at 10:18 pm Love the photo! I only have one kid right now but my husband and I bring him around with us everywhere on the farm. His favorite thing is being in a tractor! The Working House June 6, 2012 at 1:27 pm They really look so cute. Pingback: Local artists' work at home in Cottage – San Jose Mercury News | Tired of Your Job? Work From Home!