There's recently been some controversy over an article here on Work It, Mom!. I think that some of the response may not have been directly to the article itself, but to the author's previous work and her pro-working-mom stance, which is so strong that it comes across as anti-"at-home" mom. That's the danger in seeing only one "right" way to live life and be happy with it.
This site actually wasn't a place I expected to see the working/at-home mom "wars" rear their head. Given that the whole premise of Work It, Mom! is supporting and building a community for working moms, I guess I assumed that the membership here all had that in common. Some of us may have been SAHMs at one time - maybe even now. Some of us may work from home as freelancers or consultants. Some of us leave home every day to work somewhere else. Even though we may be taking different routes, we're going in the same general direction; there's just not one "right" way there.
What's worked for me might not be what works for you. But my way has been the right one for me, so I hope yours is right for you too.