next week I will go back work

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  1. happyganl

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    I have got used to current life,wear slippers,loose clothes,and can sleep any time...
     
  2. strantor

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    must be nice...

    If I were allowed to lounge around the house for a year, I would be totally worthless when I returned to work.
     
  3. Sparky49

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    Good stuff!
     
  4. 1chance

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    You must have a really easy baby if he allows you to sleep any time you want!! What I remember most about my children when they were infants is having no personal time and no sleep, but loving every moment that I spent holding them!! I must say that being a grandmother is the best experience yet. :)
     
  5. Georacer

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    You must be excited. Where will you leave the baby when you 're out?
     
  6. t06afre

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    I can picture me that Happyganl. It must be hard to get back to normal:rolleyes:
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  7. hwg119

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    it will be nice~
     
  8. debjit625

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    I think its time for nanny...thats what most working mothers do...
     
  9. strantor

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    how much does a nanny cost there on blue planet? Here it ranges from almost as much as minimum wage, to way more than minimum wage. So if the working mother can only earn minimum wage, it's almost not worth it to go to work. When you factor in things other than money (sentiment), it's definately not worth it unless the woman makes A LOT of money, IMO.
     
  10. debjit625

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    It depends,it will cost you much more if want to buy the nanny permanently.
    How about her
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  11. strantor

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    I would think of purchasing a human as an investment. It will pay for itself eventually. :)

    That picture is gross. it should be censored for grossness.
     
  12. happyganl

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    not a easy baby,I mean i can sleep while he is sleeping:p
     
  13. happyganl

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    My mother live here to look after him
     
  14. happyganl

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    Errrr:eek:
     
  15. #12

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    Many LOL's here. Thanks, guys and girls.

    Best wishes for happyganl!
    May you always have healthy babies.
     
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  16. happyganl

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    I think sentiment is important ,but i dont want to quit job,my company is good and DH cant earn as much as me.
    At the same time ,i know its better for baby to stay with parents.I even consider let DH take care of baby,he is more careness.but its a little wired...
     
  17. happyganl

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    I have thought about this problem for long time,its still not figured out
     
  18. maxpower097

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    And thats what created the welfare class. It's just cheaper not to work and get that big fat gov check each year, and lil checks each month. Until we fill the wholes and rewrite the system its gonna stay that way. One grandma raising her kids and her grandkids getting checks for 6-9 dependents. Its beneficial to have lots of kids and not work.They need to cut welfare to only people living in public housing. Get rid of the big insurance companies and just have an all for one health care system, give tax breaks to people with 2 kids but then penalize their taxes for every child over 2. So say you get a $1000 tax return. Then you get $2000 for each kid totalling $5000. If you have another kid you should be penalized $1000 and get a return of $4000. Every kid after that penalize them $500. so they have 6 Kids they get the $1000 for themselves, $4000 for the 2 kids, and - $2500 for the extra 4 kids. So her tax return would be $5000 if she had 2 kids, or $2500 if she had 6 kids. We can't keep rewarding these welfare moms for having a bunch of kids.

    I say this because I'm single and got a tax return of like $1000 this year. My friend with 3 kids and the same income who is also married got $12,000. and another friend whos a single father of 1 child got a $6000 return. Would have been $1200 without the kid.
     
  19. strantor

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    and then there were hard working single income families like mine. Considering tax returns are supposed to be RETURNS, meaning they return some of what they already took from you, and not PAYCHECKS, I think that the numbers should remain the same. If you paid 20K in taxes and you have 2 kids, that gets you 4000$ back. If you paid 20K in taxes and you have 8 kids, that gets you back 16K. If you paid 873$ in tax and you have 1 kid, or 2, or 8, you get 873$, because that's what you paid. not 2000$ paycheck for each kid. People with kids have extra expenses and I think it's fair to give them a slightly less severe punishment than the single people, but it's not right to reward them. Down with insurance? - I'm in. Fleeing from one giant evil insurance & medical industry (the private one) into the waiting arms of another giant evil insurance & medical industry (the government one)? - I'm definately not in.
     
  20. maxpower097

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    These people paid like $4000 in taxes and got checks for $12,000. Or paid in $2500 and got back $6000/
     
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