It is necessary for single mothers to work out a way in which work and child would be able to co-exist successfully in their life. When speaking about a single mother and home business, this can be a very efficient way to take care of the child and still be a good provider for the family.
Giving birth to a child is a very happy and joyful event in a person's life. From the very first minute of life it is the women who are certain to feel ultimately bonded to the child. The unconditional love for the child is initially present in the heart of any single mother and beauty lies in the sweet face of her child. When trying to compare her child with other things that rank high on her list of priorities in life her child will definitely overcome others.
For example when work and child are compared a very vast majority of women would choose the latter. But there is another aspect of work and child problem - it is the question about how these two can be combined. In fact the experience of women all over the world proves that it is actually possible to manage taking care of both work and child provided that the woman is an energetic and enthusiastic one.
Turning to the discussion of the issue of single mother and home, it becomes obvious that it is rather tough for a woman to combine the obligations she has a single mother and home care. It goes without saying that the warm and supportive atmosphere at home is very important for a single mother and home coziness and comfort.
However, any discussion of the subject of single mother and home in a woman's life is about to touch upon the question of the family status of some specific woman under discussion, which would actually determine how desperately the woman needs to work or she has some source of profit that leaves time for taking care of the house and the child.
Speaking about successfully married couples with both parents actively taking care of the family well-being, it becomes obvious that the woman, the mother of the child will be able to budget much more time to taking care of her beloved child and the work and child ratio in terms of time devoted will look to the favor of the latter.
But that was the best possible scenario; another would be of the father of family not making enough money to support his wife and child, which places the woman into the condition in which she would have to work. If this is the case, the child will be able to get much less of her attention and this of course has a chance of having significant impact on the child's development. In this situation there may be other people involved for taking care of the child, namely relatives or babysitters. This may produce no significant detrimental effect on the process of bonding of the child with his parents, provided that there is still a good amount of time left for childcare purposes.
But still another scenario would be to consider a single mother family with the woman being the only provider for the family. In this case work and child both demand a great deal of attention and effort.
However, it still seems possible to combine the two for frugal mothers with at least minimum profit.