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post #21 of 346 (permalink) Old 08-19-2003, 11:44 AM
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Sorry - I meant Entertainment Forum with all the reality tv chat. Anyway, I just found out I am pregnant and due April 6th. I work FT as a regional manager and plan to continue working after I have the baby (my first). I figured I would tell Dallas about the baby via her last post, unfortunately she just got offline.
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Yeah Illen! Congratulations on the baby! I'm just so excited for you!
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FT WOHM. Dd will be 2.5 years in October. I am an attorney. I mostly like my job. The working environment is nice, the flexibility is nice (I work for the state) but the subject matter makes me a little Click here to enlarge sometimes.

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I work full time (and then some) as a commerical litigation attorney for a large regional firm. I have a DS, Graham, who is 2.5, and I'm due to have a girl in November. DH is a high school history teacher.
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I'm a FT WOTH mom to my 4 yr old DD (she's turning 4 today Click here to enlarge) and 17 month old DS. I am an Admin. Assistant and I actually enjoy my job. It's not incredibly challenging, but allows me to have interaction with many poeple and I bring home a decent paycheck.
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I'm a FT WOHM and until October I'm a geographical single mom to a 3 1/2 year old spawn....little boy.
Dh is enlised in the Navy on the other side of the country.
I do order management for a video conferencing company.

In October I will be a FT WAHM after I move back home, doing inside sales for the same company.

I like moonlight walks without mosquitos, good chilled wine and kit kat bars

The best things in life are unexpected, because there were no expectations.

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Hola.

I'm a full-time WOHM. Hubby is a full-time WOHD, spend the rest of the time with his lazy ass on the couch kind of dad.

We've got a perfectly adorable 20 month old who spends her days running around like a crazy child at daycare. We both work in NYC, commuting in from New Jersey.

I'm looking for work closer to home - I've been an IT Manager with the same non-profit firm for almost 13 years. When and if we ever have another child, I'm "retiring" to be a SAHM.

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post #30 of 346 (permalink) Old 08-20-2003, 01:30 AM
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I'm a full time student at SDSU, math major. I have one 3 year old, and a hubby who is in the navy. I hate the navy. I want more kids.
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Full time WOHM married to a full time WOHD, he is a soldier in the Army, I work as a secretary for the Army. Absolutely love my job, great people, interesting subjectmatters....couldn't find anything better. Click here to enlarge
We have a dd, 8, and a ds, 2 1/2, she goes to after school care, he goes to the daycare center and they both love it.
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I'm a FT WOHM to dd, 5 years old. I am a paralegal specializing in the lending/real estate field (which means I get to look at really cool surveys and boring title reports). I work 8:30 to 4:30 but have some flexibility if I need to rearrange my schedule (i.e., dd's dance class one day a week starts at 5:30, so I can get off at 4). Also lots of PTO and an emergency childcare center, so if dd is sick/off from school, I have some options.

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post #33 of 346 (permalink) Old 08-20-2003, 08:51 AM
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I have one son, who's 1 1/2. I am starting school in less than two weeks, and he will be going into daycare for the first time. (Click here to enlarge) I'm planning on becoming an RN.
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I'm a software engineer and currently WAHM, doing webdesign on my own part-time and looking for a programming position.

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I work FT at night as a graphic designer for a tv station, and I work freelance sometimes from home as an animator. DH is mostly a SAHD, but he does teach and do freelance animation as well, so we both are pretty busy. Since I work nights, I still get a lot of time with DS.

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FT, single WOHM to a gorgeous DS who will be ONE in THREE WEEKS!! Click here to enlarge (where the hell did the time go?)
I do M-F 8-4. Commute on the Commuter RR and the subway here. not a bad trip at all, takes an hour flat.

I work for a subsidiary of the phone company.
I work in accounts receivable.
Billing, customer contact, updating various files...just call me the Excel Queen. I do a little bit of everything. Give me a 5 minute tutorial on how to do something, and I've got it.

My boss ROCKS, so that makes work a lot easier.
I like my job well enough. Pay is good. But everyone could do with more money, right! Click here to enlarge

Congrats to all the expectant mothers.
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FT working single mom to 5-almost-6 yo boy. I do Application Development/Data Admin for a software company. I'm hoping to have a more flexible schedule in the future - I'm proposing working 8-2 in the office and 3:30-5:30 at home. This way, I can be home when my son gets home from school. Fingers crossed that my boss will go for it!!
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I am a WAHM who has a degree in Early Childhood Education. I worked as a sub before my son was born. Then when he came along I was a SAHM. Then last October I enter the work force again from home. I decided to start home daycare which has been an experience within itself but I love children and it allows me to WAH. Right now I am working from 7:00 to 6:00 but that is getting ready to change. The hours are too long. I am getting ready to shorten my hours till 4:00.
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Why did I hit submit too soon? Click here to enlarge Too early in the morning. I have three children, all girls. My oldest is starting preschool this coming Sept. My children are ages 4 (soon to be 5), 2, and soon to be one in Sept.
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FT WOHM of a 19 month old boy. I am a auto claims adjuster for an insurance company. I work 7am to 330pm.
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