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sundrops sundrops 7 years
I loved this!! This would completely erase the guilt a lot of moms about having working. As far as childcare, your one point about seeing Dad is such a good one. If you have to work around each other's schedules for awhile, do it. It will only be for a season and you will find something along the road that works for you.
macgirl macgirl 7 years
We own our own company and I'm one of two techs so not working isn't really an option. Fortunately I LOVE my job. Loving what I do an knowing that my son is in really good hands (my mom and MIL each watch him for two days each week) helps me not ever feel guilty. My schedule is pretty flexible and I'm sure that helps as well.
meandtheo meandtheo 7 years
now you make me jealous! i miss chit chat with adults, without having to worry about my child. thank you for these posts...they were both great!
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