Do you WOH or SAH? I'm fairly new here

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Do you WOH or SAH? I'm fairly new here
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Tue, 06-17-2003 - 4:10pm
I'm fairly new to this board and it isn't always obvious by the posts who is WOH (ft or pt), SAH, WAH, etc. so I'm just curious. Would it be ok to do a roll call by way of an introduction to me and others who may be new here? I don't even need to know the reasons you do what you do, just want to sort out who does what.

Thanks,

Cindy

(I'm SAH)

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Thu, 06-19-2003 - 12:20pm
We just celebrated our 25th anniversary. Congrats on being married 26 years. I think that is impressive.

Cindy

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Thu, 06-19-2003 - 10:35am
WAH/SAH to dss10, dsd8, dd4, and ds3.

I WAH very PT right now (about 10 hours per week) and have plans to take classes soon to finish off my degree.

Dh WOHFT.

The future is unknown to me. I may find something doable WOH. With the recent custody change in our family, I have to wonder what having four in school will be like, with activities, rather than just two. Maybe I will continue to WAH. I just don't know at this point :)

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Thu, 06-19-2003 - 6:27am
Woh for 19 years, now wah for the past 12. I have a 24yo son and two 15yo daughters, my dh and I have been married for over 26 years now. I am a licensed family child care provider.

Linda

 

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Wed, 06-18-2003 - 3:53pm
I'm new,too, so thanks for posting this:)

I SAH FT

DH WOH FT

Aislinn mommy to ds(3.75), dd(2), and dd(7 months)

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Wed, 06-18-2003 - 12:58pm
I recently became a sahm. Dh woh ft, and we have 2 kids.
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Wed, 06-18-2003 - 9:46am
I work part-time anywhere from 32-39 hours. 2 full days and 3 days until 2. DH WOHM but is getting laid off in October. We have 2 children-Zak (6) and Alex (20 months).

Kristi

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Mallory (age 3)

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Wed, 06-18-2003 - 6:09am
Sue 41, WAHM I'm a child care provider and have been for almost 17 years total..my DH is 44, 2 dds, 21 and 18, 3 dogs, 3 cats, 6 HUGE goldfish, 1 beta, 2 gerbils, and 12 or so dc kids.
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Wed, 06-18-2003 - 1:07am
I'm currently a FT Engineer. I have a 2 y.o. I was PT when he was a baby and plan on going PT when we have a second child.
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Tue, 06-17-2003 - 9:56pm
So far it's too early to tell. In some ways I think it's easier because the older kids are old enough to not feel threatened by the little one, if that makes sense. They're so far apart in stages that their needs don't really conflict.

It wasn't really intentional to have such a big gap. Ds is our "bonus baby", lol.

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Tue, 06-17-2003 - 9:53pm
Lauren, 44, FT WOHM in telecommunications (almost 22 years!). DH is 50, self-employed FT WOHD, DS1 is 10, DS2 is 8.

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