What struck me about it was how venomous all the moms were. Two of the working moms said they thought stay-at-home moms were lazy, lacked discipline, were escaping responsibility and didn't take care of themselves. I had to turn it off after this because I had too many things to do, plus I was hugely frustrated by it (I taped it for when I have more tolerance). So I didn't see how the at-home moms replied but I do know that some more passionate at-home moms think working moms are, in essence, abandoning their children.
Oh the venom! I cannot figure out why people care so much what the other side has chosen. Maybe they're trying to feel better about themselves and their choices? As a stay-at-home mom for now, I have good days where I'm productive, satisfied and happy and other days where I'm less productive, exhausted or bored.
I have lots of friends who work because they have to. I have some friends who work because they believe it makes them a better mother. And I have plenty of friends who stay home and feel the same way I do: There are good days and bad days--which is pretty much how I felt or operated when I had a traditional job.
Ugh. My point is, everybody does what they have to or what they think is right or what's right for them. It would be awesome if there was far less judgement all around.