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Wee TV: The Secret Life of A Soccer Mom

Moms have another reason to look forward to Mondays as if Jon and Kate Plus 8 isn't already enough. TLC's newest must see is The Secret Life of A Soccer Mom.

Hosted by Tracey Gold of former Growing Pains fame, the show gives stay-at-home moms a chance to pursue their dreams unbeknown to their families.

Last night, the truly talented Adrian Stark, who quit her job at Chanel in Beverly Hills to stay home and raise her three daughters tried her hand at fashion design for the first time in over a decade.

And, the fruits of her labor, a goddess inspired gown was snatched up by an A-list celeb stylist and worn by Jennifer Hudson. To read what happened next,

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After confessing to her husband and kids that she had been at the catwalk, Adrian was thrown a curve by the design house and offered her dream job. After some deliberation with her spouse, she accepted.

If you are a stay-at-home mom and offered this type of once in a lifetime chance to re-enter the workforce or a working mama given the opportunity to stay home, would you take it?

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fostermomwa fostermomwa 7 years
I may be one of the odd ones, but my dream job has always been to be a stay-at-home mom, so I feel like I'm really lucky right now. We have three foster kids, and we are in the process of adopting all three. I couldn't ask for anything better right now. Perhaps, when all the kids are in school, I may feel differently, but right now I'm happy being at home with them. They are 3, 2 & 1, so I am busy, but I love it!
oceangirlsf oceangirlsf 7 years
It's funny how dreams change...before my son was born, my dream job was quite different than it is now...I wanted challenge, creativity, independence. Now I am happy that I got offered a 20 hour a week position with full benefits! I am over the moon...a little bit of cash, some outside adult conversation, benefits and still plenty of time to spend with him!
techkim techkim 7 years
it would depend on my child's age but man I would have to really think hard if my dream job was offered.
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