Being a stay-at-home mom is as much hard work as going to an office everyday.
John: So we've been talking about women's roles in society. And are you a stay-at-home mom or a working mom?
Sarah: Well, I guess I'm both. Right now, I'm on maternity leave and I'm on six months of maternity leave.
John: What does that mean?
Sarah: So maternity leave is when you have a job but then you become pregnant or you're going to have a baby, maybe adopt, too. So you're going to have a baby, and so you take time off of work to stay home with the new baby.