DML Podcast: (Ep.6/2023) Wine & Talk: The importance of the nuclear family, and how the homemaker mom is critical to familial success

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The Dennis Michael Lynch Podcast for this Sunday is a Wine & Talk. It is 44-minutes.

DML and Miss Mary speak about an article on CNN in which the far left outlet slams the traditional role of the “stay at home moms”, more often referred to as “tradewives.”

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11 COMMENTS

  1. I really enjoyed your wine and talk tonight. One thing I’ve noticed is that men (young guys) don’t seem to want to work. They aren’t even embarrassed or concerned that they sit around all day while their wives have to work to provide for the family.

  2. I’ve been homemaker and my husband a hard working man for 35 years now. I homeschooled our 2 kids. We’ve made it fine those 35 years with one paycheck coming in. We started off our marriage in a small 10 ft by 55 ft trailer but have a 1800 sq ft house last 20 years. We own 4 different lots of land with a rental trailer.

  3. I enjoyed y’all’s, Wine and talk.My husband and I raised four amazing children as well. We are empty nesters and have been for about ten years now. I cried so hard after each young adult child moved out. The good news is we still see each other. We have holidays together, talk on the phone ect. We have six grandchildren as well🥰 once I started having children in 1982 I was a stay at home mother, housewife I cooked, cleaned, took I believe great care of the children and my husband was a fantastic father too. He worked his butt off for our family, and the kiddos loved it when their Dad came home every day. There is so much I could say about the good days. My parents are still married ( married when they were 18 yrs. old and we’re friends sense 12 yrs. old. Small town in Texas.. everyone used to know everyone. So much that is wrong with America is the lack of family and parents knowing where their children are. These days I believe less than 40% of parents know who their kids hang out with, where they are most of the time, lots of parents never go to their child’s school for activities, plays, have lunch with their child at school occasionally ect. I could go on but it a great topic of families either being there for their kids or not.. some have two moms or two dads these days too. I don’t see that being healthy in any way.- my opinion-Good night~ Family First in the Spirit of Texas⭐️ Peace and Love sent to all

  4. Loved, loved, loved your Wine and Talk tonight. It’s so very true that children have suffered the consequences of the two parent working household or the single family parent household. The best thing you can do for your child is to give them your time. Secondly, have children as part of a committed, loving relationship. The best home for children is one that has a mom and a dad. Children learn their values from their parents, their church, and their schools. The USA is now living with the consequences of crumbling values and a coarse culture as the influence of parents and the church wanes and the school becomes the primary source of teaching values. I’m hoping and praying that the movement for women to stay home and raise their child becomes economical feasible and socially encouraged. The survival of our country and civilization depends on it.

  5. I also Loved your wine & talk! First I want to say I am 70 years old and married almost 52years. My husband and I were high school sweethearts much like you and Miss Mary. I wanted to become a nurse and had a full scholarship to go to collage. I had the traditional family Dad working two jobs and Mom the stay home Best Mom Ever! I was just 19 and we were in love. So we got married against my Parents wishes. I gave up a career but wanted to be a full time Mom. Sure we had ups and downs. Four children later like you and Mary. My husband always worked two jobs. We have four successful children and are all very close. Many people gave me a hard time saying “ your just a stay at home Mom!” I would never change anything except it would have be nice to have more money to get by. I agree with all you both said. My daughter does say to me I don’t know how you did it and stayed home with all of us. She is a nurse. I have help with all my 7 grand-children and feel so very Blessed! 🙏🏻❤️

  6. I too was a stay at home mom of five. No regrets. I did work for a short time in their teens while their dad was unemployed. I now am a stay at home gramma for the nine grandkids. Times have been tough. We’ve had many struggles. I go without a lot. But I wouldn’t trade these days for a million dollars.

  7. Thank you Miss Mary and DML 🇺🇲💪😎 for this awesome podcast! I am a stay at home Mom for my 3 sweet boys. My oldest son has Autism and my 2 younger son’s do not. All 3 of my boys have multiple food allergies, so I make a lot of their food. I’m so glad I am able to stay home with them and have time to lay with them ; make special gluten free, egg free, peanut free treats for them to take to birthday parties. Im so grateful to have been able to sit in on my son (with Autism’s) Speech therapy sessions for 7 years. I wouldn’t have been able to do this as easily if I was stressed out about a job. My 3 boys and husband are my FIRST priority…as it should be. They are my giftts. People always say how nice my boys. I have raised them to be compassionate towards others.💚💙❤️
    PS. Miss Mary sounds like a GREAT Mom!!

  8. Thank you Miss Mary and DML 🇺🇲💪😎 for this awesome podcast! I am a stay at home Mom for my 3 sweet boys. My oldest son has Autism and my 2 younger son’s do not. All 3 of my boys have multiple food allergies, so I make a lot of their food. I’m so glad I am able to stay home with them and have time to play with them ; make special gluten free, egg free, peanut free treats for them to take to birthday parties. Im so grateful to have been able to sit in on my son (with Autism’s) Speech therapy sessions for 7 years. I wouldn’t have been able to do this as easily if I was stressed out about a job. My 3 boys and husband are my FIRST priority…as it should be. They are my giftts. People always say how nice my boys. I have raised them to be compassionate towards others.💚💙❤️
    PS. Miss Mary sounds like a GREAT Mom!!

  9. Hi. My youngest daughter has a doctorate in physical therapy. After she had her 2nd child in Aug of 2020, she and my son in law, decided she would stay home full time to take care of her 2 children, both boys. She does work part time in her field of 6 hours a week just to keep her license active. I take care of my grandchildren while she goes to work across the street from our house 3 hrs, twice a week. My daughter and family live around the block from me. My son in law is working 2 jobs so that my daughter doesn’t have to work full time. She also home schools her oldest, who is 5. She wants to keep homeschooling because the schools in the public school system are disastrous. We live in Miami, Florida. I pray every day that their marriage continues to flourish. In addition to the traditional family unit of mom staying home, they are very involved in their church and believe having God as the focal point at home is essential in raising their boys to become righteous men.

  10. Loved your wine and talk! I agree with you both wholeheartedly! I was a homemaker for three children, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. My mother was mentally ill and in mental hospitals all of my life, and my father made sure my brother and I were active as much as possible. So, when I became a mother, all I wanted was to be there for my children.

  11. Lol I just looked and the wine I’m drinking is the same except it’s Cabernet. I was a stay at home mom too. I have a teaching degree for K-12 and early childhood education. I stayed home until my four children were all in high school until my good friend recruited me to teach pre k part time. My husband Gary and I are also high School sweethearts. We started going “steady “ September of our freshman year. Loved your podcast. 💕 I 100% agree with everything you and Mary said. I love listening to you both.

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