Weekly Roundup: The CEO vs. The Stay-at-Home Mom

All the parenting news you probably didn’t have time to read this week.

– Forbes asks: Is Modern Motherhood Working Against Women? Not according to one woman, the CEO of a tech company, who explains how she was able to be a business woman and make attachment parenting work for her family. (Forbes)

– For those who question just how busy stay-at-home moms really are, here’s a chronicle of a day in the life that will make you tired just reading it. (Shine)

Laurel Snyder, Kveller contributer and author of Baxter, the Pig Who Wanted to be Kosher, talks about raising her Jewish kids with religion, but not too much religion–i.e., they don’t keep kosher. (CNN)

– And for your daily dose of cute, here’s a baby who absolutely loves being vacuumed (Jezebel):

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