I’ve got two jobs, my husband is a management consultant, our baby is in a nursery and as much as there’s only benefits of the latter I cannot digest the thought that I pay £1500 each month for this. She’s having fun there and very much enjoying the time spent with her teachers and peers but almost each day I cry over this £1500 per month.
Do you realise… DO YOU REALISE!!! that nurseries charge more than an average university for an MBA degree and yes, some mothers will jump on me saying that my child is the most important to me and money has no meaning when it comes to happiness of your child. Well, fuck it does because for this money I could get my daughter lots of things that inspire her, or, what would most of you say I could SAVE for her “real” education.
You have to be realistic about the costs. Wake up and realise that the government is f***ing you like a prostitute (what? A mother shouldn’t use a language like that? Oh oh oh let me tell you something, who are people to judge?)
Let’s see… If I pay £1500 per month she either comes out from it with a secured pension plan for me and my husband or
she knows Chinese and AT LEAST basic programming
she knows how to figure out what the next Euro millions results will be.
I cannot comprehend it – the newborns are our pension providers, mothers are some of the kegs in the economy wheel (still undervalued and underpaid but they are) and yet they fucking charge the FAMILIES for that.
W-T-F?!!! I say?
Do you know, parents, we are being ripped off, big time. FUCKING BIG TIME (and although I’m a parent I will fucking swear here, just because I’m a human. Not a woman, not a baby… but a fucking human… who has a brain, who is believed to have a brain, as opposed to women and babies).
There I had my rant.
And I’m actually considering moving out of this country – as a mother. #brexit to the win (short-term win)
And you know what – I know lots of women with babies who, with their families, decided to move out too.
Families, babies, women are not wanted here.
Hm, if most of us leave who will pay for your pensioner holiday, Britain?