DO YOU EVER WISH YOU CAN CHANGE PLACES SOMETIMES

Yashica - posted on 07/21/2011 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I'AM A STAY AT HOME MOM OF TO BOYS AGES 2 AND 12 AND MY HUSBAND WORKS LONG HOURS BUT SOMETIMES I WISH I WORK AND HE STAYED HOME I WOULD LOVE TO NOT HAVE A KID ALL DAY AND HAVE SOME TIME WITH GROWNUPS

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Katrina - posted on 07/21/2011

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I know that feeling, I used to really miss not working, but then I found a work from home group. I do everything on the phone & computer, but it also gives me the social outlet I need. My daughter is still around, but having other women to talk with is a tremendous help.

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Katrina - posted on 07/22/2011

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My hubby would make the PERFECT Stay at Home Mum...problem is, I don't think his Patients would appreciate the exchange! (He's a RMO at the Hospital here) LOL

Donna - posted on 07/21/2011

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After actually having been the one that works full time and keeps the insurance on for myself because work wanted too much to insure my family, there is no way I would gladly change places with my husband. It's because I worked so long that I'm in the spot I am in now with an ongoing medical condition that no longer allows me to work and it is finally (thank God) up to my husband to work outside the home. I supported him for 11 years and I am so finished with it. He's the man of the house and it is I who needs to be taken care of and allowed to stay home, not him. Besides, he can bring in a way bigger income than I could ever hope to, so my answer is No, I don't ever wish I could change places sometimes, not ever!

Mabel - posted on 07/21/2011

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I do have those days but then I think of getting up at 4:30 and I am sooo glad I get to stay home then! lol but yes I think we all feel like that sometimes,kind of like the grass is greener on the other side syndrome hehe.

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