Well look what I found in my college textbook and then pat yourself on the back!
"...It is important to remember that the value and prestige assigned to particular postions and accomplishments are not decreed by some absolute authority but are decided by social consensus.
That consensus in a male-centered culture reflects a tendency to value traditionally masculine accomplishments more than feminine ones.
Thus, in our society, becoming a corporation president, writing a best-selling novel, reaching the million mark in record sales, hitting a record number of home runs, or getting a large research grant are considered achievements, raising three children is not.
The popular definition of achievement has emerged in such a way that success in the traditionally feminine domain of home and family is simply taken for granted rather than treated as an accomplishment.
...she has learned to answer that she is "just a housewife," although her job may well involve more work and higher levels of skill than many others that are more prestigious." (p. 470 An Intro to Sex and Gender by Hilary M. Lips)
I don't care what you say about success, Social Consensus! Honestly trying and helping this little guy to learn how to have a happy life is one great accomplishment!
I hope you realize the value and heavenly prestige in being a loving mother!