I'm not trying to sound like a negative Nelly. I like the "atta-girl" boost one gets from reading articles about triumphant women as much as the next gal. I adore seeing positive profiles of strong, female role models whose lives represent myriad work-life choices. I think it's fantastic to highlight companies whose owners actually believe that if you stick by a woman employee through her childbearing years and the challenging-yet-fleeting period of early parenthood, she'll likely reward you with loyalty and cut your turnover costs. And perhaps, by focusing on pro-family work arrangements, other business owners might be tempted to try out similar flextime arrangements with their employees.