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Ladynikon:yea. My boss is being really nice and not asking me to travel. If I get a gig where I have to be out of
Also feeling you. I just got a great job offer for the fall that is great for my career and resume and I want to take it. Its only part-time, but still, for two days of work I'll essentially be handing the whole pay check right back to daycare.
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Fraternal boys born on May 11, 2013 at 36 weeks 4 days
You're right - it is so stressful. We pay almost as much as our mortgage payment each month. I'm looking forward to when it goes down a bit. It's nice that both of your employers are understanding.
That's awesome about your boss. My job is highly flexible but with my position comes certain things that warrant an almost immediate crisis visit to resolve the issue, remain within the terms of our contract etc. I am actually looking for a
2moms2b:Part time for an infant around here doesn't happen and you still pay full price. They refuse to tie up 2 slots
Part time for an infant around here doesn't happen and you still pay full price. They refuse to tie up 2 slots
Rynleigh:There is no way in hell I'd pay $500/week for daycare for two children.
I work from home and there is no way I would be able to do it and take care of the twins without sitting them in front of the TV all day. In an 8 hour day, I would maybe get 3 hours of work done while they napped. I'd have to get up before they did and