I don't get tired of being a wife and mother, I answered, sometimes I just get tired of being a wife and mother to this particular collection of people. I am sure there are lovely families somewhere else in the world that would be lots of fun to wife and mother.
This is where I think polygamists are missing the point.
I have seen sister-wives interviewed on TV multiple times and I can't help but notice how alike they are. They all wear the same clothes, talk with the same accents, probably even prepare the same Cowboy casseroles.
Guys: if you have a license to marry a bunch of different women, maybe you should exercise a little more creativity. Go old. Go young. Go foreign. The world is your oyster.
No where in your scripture does it say Thou must marry cookie cutters. (Actually, I have no clue what it says in their scripture. I'm totally improvising).
Sometimes you see these same husbands being interviewed. They are smirking at the camera, because they think they have scored big time. Look at me, they are saying, I have two people to pick up my socks, and you only have one.
Guys, the joke is on you. You are buying a magazine and coming home to discover you already own the exact same issue. The covers were similar so you got confused. Understandable. But next time, think past the long jean skirt. Saris? Sombreros? Stilts?
Everyone has days where we complain about our jobs, whether it be wife-ing, mother-ing or folding sweaters in a department store. That's why if you have an opportunity to try something different - say, folding red mohair instead of navy cable knit - go for it. You may still be folding sweaters, but it will be a lot more fun.