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I really wish we could afford for me to just work part time/reduced hours. I'd love to be there when my son got home from school and enjoy the baby more.
But, unless my DH gets a big (much deserved) raise...I'll be working. Or we can move to NC to be with his elderly parents, but I'd be away from all of my family :(
Mrs.Johns:I am out of here so fast they will see me run out the door as a flash and not know what happened. I can't WAIT to be a SAHM! :)
Ditto this! I keep telling my DH that I'm retiring :)
I will be working full time outside the home but not until LO is over a year old. I am a law student and I'm taking a semester off after the baby is born and then will be going back to school full time when the baby is about 8 months old. I will be in school for four months, then studying for the bar for 2 months, and then I will be going to work full time (hopefully - IF I get a law job!)
He's growing up, but he'll always be my baby!
...big brother to...???? Due March 2014!
I was working up until 2 weeks ago. DH wants me to stay home with our 19 month old now and get him used to being home with me! And plus I am High Risk and DH(god love him) does not want me at my job. :)
It has been good so far. DS is adjusting to not being at school just fine. So am I!
Danica 10.22.10 | Milo 12.23.12