Momma goes to work is a story of a Mother sloth that has to go to work . Momma sloth wants her little sloth to know why she has to go to work and that even when shes away she loves and thinks of her baby always.
This is a rhyming story with darling illustrations geared toward families with a working mom! In Mommy Goes to Work, Mommy travels to work in many different ways. And while Mommy heads to work by various means, she helps her little ones understand they are never left behind.
Oscar is a pig. His mommy is going back to work and he's worried. Who will take are of him? Does mommy still love him? Is she coming home? Enter Mrs. Tutu, an eccentric nanny Hen who takes Oscar on magical adventures to other cultures. When mommy comes home, Oscar shares the gift of discovery with her. It's something every mother can relate to; experiencing joy through the eyes of their child and watching them grow and learn new things. Even though a child may not be prone to separation anxiety, all children will be delighted and reassured in this light-hearted and warm story.
Leaving a child in loving supervision while a parent goes to work can be emotionally difficult for both the parent and child. I've experienced a myriad of questions from my daughter as to why I must leave her and go to work each day. This book provides a few of the many reasons parents work outside the home, and the benefits it can bring to a child. I hope your children can benefit from the explanations I've provided the same way my daughter has.
More than 70 percent of women with children under the age of 18 work. And that's why I found it so astounding that when I searched for a book that explained to my toddler what I was doing all day after he was peeled from me, crying, at daycare, I couldn't find a thing.There was plenty out there about separation anxiety or going to school, but so little about what mommy did when she disappeared for the day. I had grown up without a role model for a working mother myself. Raised by a wonderful stay-at-home mom, I worried that I wouldn't know how to reconcile my career ambitions with my love for my family. Like many moms dissatisfied with what is available to them, I decided to make my own, and that's when I created Mommy Goes to Work. My goal is twofold: to facilitate the conversation between mother and child about what we moms are doing all day long in a relatable way, and to help employers signal to their employees that their workplace is family-friendly by giving them a copy of this book.I envision Mommy Goes to Work as a building block in your relationship with your child and with your colleagues and tribes. I hope it provides a conversation starting point where you can share with your little one the important things that you do all day when you're not with them--a foundation to be an incredible working mom role model. And I hope that it allows you to find your tribe of fellow working moms who will welcome you with open arms.