Ouch, so this headline stood out to me today in The Sun: OK not being funny but if she wants to provide “more” for her kids, then maybe she should get off her lazy ass and go and get a job?
You see this annoys me, if there are reasons she can not work then I will hold my hands up but as far as the statement shows me, the fact she has 10 kids is the reason why she does not work. Sorry but children do not stop you from working, they should be the reason you want to work, to provide for them, to set a good example.
Yes I await the many comments from unemployed mums slating me and declaring – I can not work, I have a child, I can not afford to work, I need to be home with my baby, yes every excuse in the book that I have heard before. I am not working due to a shrink saying so, that does not mean I sit on my ass everyday, no I help hundreds a day and I write this blog, no, it pays nothing but at least I can say I am doing something for the community! I can tell my kids I am doing something to help others. If only I did get paid to do it! I am actually starting to dread when I can go back to work, as I will have to give all this up!
If she can not afford to provide ” The lifestyle that they deserve”, why the hell did she have 10 kids, maybe she needs to cross her legs before she decides to have any more?
She says she needs extra handouts to give her kids a “lifestyle they deserve”.
Payments … weekly income
Her housing costs are covered by the local council.
She has seven daughters and three sons by four different dads – Kayleigh, 17, Jamie, 16, Chloe, 13, Tyler, ten, Shania, six, Blade, five, Shonna, four, Candice, three, Chardonnaie, two, and Maxy-Jane, one.
Moira, 34, said: “All I want is to provide for them. I’m struggling. I’ve asked the Salvation Army for clothes and toys but haven’t had a response. I just don’t think I get enough money. I cope with what I get but I need more help.
“All I want is a few hand-me-downs. If I had another £120 a month I’d be able to buy them clothes myself.”
Greedy Moira lives in a three-bedroom home in Gillingham, Kent. She said she spends around £300 a week at the supermarket alone. source
I await your replies in anticipation …