Q1.Where do you live?
Q2.How old are you?
33 years old.
Q3.How old is/are your kid(s)?
Son 9, Daughter 8
Q4.Please tell us about your family.
My husband, 2 children and me.
Q5.Are you currently working?
Q6.What is your job?
An office worker.
Q7.What are your working hours like?
Q8.Does your partner help with childcare?
Q9.How does your partner help with childcare?
He can do anything a housewife can do!!!
Household work, taking care of children, etc.
Q10.Who takes care of your children while you are at work?
After school, they go to a childcare for schoolchildren.
After that, their grandparents look after them.
Q11.How do you relax after taking care of the children?
Q12.Do your children take any extra lessons after school?
(e.g. piano lessons, English lessons etc.)
My daughter takes English lessons.
Q13.What kind of life skills do you think are necessary for kids to have?
To be able to live by themselves.
Q14.Do you do anything to develop those skills?
Ι let them be free at as early a stage as possible, and make them decide everything for themselves.
Q15.What makes you happy?
When I listen to my kids’ stories and when the whole family is having a good time.
Q16.In ten years, what do you think will be making you happy?
Q17.What makes you think "Working and taking care of a child is hard!" ?
When I don’t get along well with my husband.
Q18.Do you have any trouble with your work? If so, please tell us about the details.
Q19.Do you have any trouble with taking care of your children? If so, please tell us about the details.
My kids have small appetite, and they are skinny.
Q20.What is it that you value in child-rearing?
Q21.What activities do you want to do with your children?
(e.g. traveling, playing with them etc.)
Everything I can do with my kids.
Q22.Recently, what has made you the happiest?
My daughter became a 3rd grader, and she suddenly started to write very neatly.
My daughter and I were both very happy.
Q23.What do you want to have the most now?
(Environmentally, emotionally, etc. all included)
I want my kids to fight less.