The Woman Who Has It All
I have no problem lying about “being in a meeting” when I’m with my kids and no problem lying to my kids about “needing to work” when I’m on Facebook.
I have flexible morality and rigid immaturity.
I have kids who have forced me to do everything in my life with greater efficiency and the professional assumption that I’m now less efficient after having kids.
Read the rest of Harrington’s essay on The New Yorker. I should read Amateur Hour: Motherhood in Essays and Swear Words in the near future.