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Wink Whoooooooooo Are you? Who! Who!

Since we've had so many more new folks, I figured it was time for another "getting to know you" thread Click here to enlarge

I'm a FT WOHM. I actually have 2 jobs, 30 hours/wk at a CPA/Financial Advisory firm and 6 hours a week with a private client. FTR, I hate my job Click here to enlarge DH is an actor & was a SAHD until last week, when he began daytime rehearsals for Hamlet. So, DS began daycare last week (Click here to enlarge)

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Hey!!
I am Kandi, mom to Drew who is 18 months old today.
I am a WOHM. I have a pretty long commute but the company I work for is great. I work long days...6:45am-4:30pm...but I get every other Friday off and the Fridays that I DO work, I get off an hour early.

I also do interior design consulting some on the side. But that is just every now and then. I don't get enough time with my family as it is, I don't want to over do it!
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For right now (the next 4 days Click here to enlarge) I am a FT Wohm. I go on Maternity leave starting next week as I am due to have a baby in 2 1/2 weeks. Once I recover from the C-section I will be looking for a job.
I have worked in the temporary agency field for the last ten years as a recruiter/placement specialist. I was laid off in March and have been working a temp job since then.

Hopefully I will be going back to school sometime in the near future to finish up my nursing degree. I have certificates in Medical Assisting and Telemetry Technician.
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i'm a stay at home mommy to my beautiful son Noah who is just shy of 10 months
my dh is a ' mechanic' if you ask him though he'd say a "jaguar specialist" ha ha i love when he says that!
we're trying for # 2
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Hi! I'm a part time SAHM. I have 3 children. DS 12, DD 9 & DS 10 months. I currently work for a Title & Escrow company in the closing department. I work M-W-F from 9 -2.

So I get the best of both worlds. Adult interaction and time with my kids.

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Hi all.

I am a FT wohm to dd (10) and ds(2). I work in system support for a tax software company. We are getting into busy season, which means working weekends with no extra pay..so you may read me bitching on occasion Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge
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Hi
Im a FT WOHM to my 19 month old DD. I work m-f 8-5. But I never work weekends. I work for a Non profit company, we provide continueing education for lawyers. Im going into my busy season next month so might not be here very often.
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FT working mom to an almost 3 yr old dd. I love my job b/c I have the flexibility I need to be w/dd if she's sick, in a pinch. Dh works FT, too.

I'm a research atty. I have a small side-biz, but work for that takes place late at night.
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I just finished my clinicals and am awaiting a response to take my Radiologic Technologist (Xray Tech) registry exam and Mammography exam. I am currently putting my feet up and getting ready to take a trip to reward myself for sticking to it and getting through school. I will hopefully find a job soon that will help with relocation, as I really need a change of scenery.
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I work full time as a law clerk to a federal judge. I have a 3.5 year old boy and a 2 year old boy. I am expecting another boy around the beginning of October. My DH is a SAHD.
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I am a full time WOHM to one dd who will be 20 months tomorrow. I am a writer at a medical school. My dh works about 30 hrs a week and goes to school. We are hoping that soon he will be able to quit the job and just go to school - he has been working on his bachelor's degree for 8 years, and well, it's getting old and he's tired of it. He's a senior, this year, though! Woohoo!

Just wanted to add congrats to PnutHed - good for you. I see lots of jobs in that field in my area [I do a lot of work w/ our hospital system].
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I'm a jackass and a FT WAHM. I'm a design engineer. I like long hot bubble baths and moonlit walks on the beach.

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I work full time as an economist for a small business about 5 minutes from home. My son is 16 months old, and spends all day with his SAH/student dad. I got to bring the boy to work the first few months of his life, and he still comes for a few hours each week. I also get to go home each day for lunch.

Starting in January, dh is going to have to do student teaching, so I'll have to put ds into daycare. I'm stressing a lot about that right now, but hope that by January I'll have found some peace.
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I'm a full time WOHM single mom to a 13 month old daughter. I work at a chiropractic college in institutional research. It's a boring job that I don't really enjoy, but the perks of having a VERY flexible schedule and never taking work home are too good to give up at this point.
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I am brand new to Sybermoms - referred by my good friend Dallas who raves about Sybermoms...especially the Big Brother forum! Dallas, do you know who I am?!!! You know, Sybermoms is only for moms and now that I am going to be one I can finally sign up. Are you surprised? Guess who!!!!
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by belly
[B]You must be very busy.

Yup.
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Damn I messed that up that last post, didn't I.
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FT WOHM here. DH is SAHD to 7.5 month old DS. I am a software engineer for an automation control company.
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