1. After researching the ad issue (and getting feedback from people like James in the comments of the previous post), I don't think ads would be either feasible or profitable. So, no ads!
2. I came across this article about feminism and being a "housewife" called "Today's Homemaker - Not What You Expected?" It's an amazing, empowering, and beautiful illustration of womanhood. Some things she says:
"We are a culture of real women, with real families and problems, but also a real understanding of the importance of our work in and among our homes and communities. We see a desperate need to return to a more simplistic way of living–for the health and good of all.
We are sharp; we are thinking women; we read; we have voracious appetites for learning and for teaching our children those things.
We understand the very real fact that humans need serenity, and we make it one of our jobs to create that for as many as we can around us.
We try to look around us and see if we can meet the practical needs of others."Interestingly enough, many of the qualities listed don't even necessarily pertain exclusively to married women with children, but things that are just good to do. Helping others? Striving for serenity and peace? Returning to a more simplistic, less-materialistic way of living? Aren't these things any girl or woman would be admired for doing?
I greatly encourage you (even if you're a guy! Good to know what chicks are up to these days) to read this article. Thoughts*, disagreements, or additions are welcomed in the comments.