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who is still working if you are not a SAHM?? if so how much longer are you going to work???
i was tempted to work till the baby comes but now i am re thinking my decision
but only because my OB hooked me up. Otherwise I'd be working until I went into labor.
I'm trying to work until the end (I own my own business), but my last client meeting is this Friday afternoon. After that, I am preparing to hand over the reigns to the office to the person I hired, so that will be much less intense work.
I'm not taking much time completely off after the baby arrives either. I will start seeing clients again a month after the due date and I am planning to begin writing a book around that same time, although I will mostly be at home, so I will be spending time with the baby and resting between things, at least!
lilwifey2be:I got taken out of work at 30 weeks for bed rest. I had planned on working all the way till delivery....but now being at 37 weeks, even if I had not had to go on bed rest I would probably not work that long.
Yep same here. I'm so uncomfortable and have a ton of back pain, I can't even imagine working till C-section.
I also have a job where I was on my feet all the time. Maybe you and your employer can work something out.