Poll: Do you/will you go back to work after having children? (under 2 years)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-bubhub View Post
    Did you go back (or are you planning to go back) to work after you had children?

    (Lets say whilst your child is under 2 years old)

    Did you want to - for your own sanity or career aspirations? Had to (for financial reasons)?
    Were happy to stay at home and care for your child(ren)?
    Couldn't go back to work because you couldn't find or couldn't afford the childcare?

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    Yes I went back when DD1 was 1 year old, with DD2 I will return when she's 15 months officially ( on maternity leave form) however my husband may take some time and I'll return when she's 14 months

    Own sanity but financially

    I enjoyed my time, however I'm not a sahm and my 1st daughter is not a stay at home child, she loves daycare and all it brings.

    I actually had to delay going back to work first time as I couldn't get childcare. 2nd time around we have found a great daycare but it's only from 15 months, we have been told we won't have an issue getting in this time

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    Nope. Well maybe two nights a week if I absolutely had to.

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    I am planning on going back to work after 1 year but this will all depend on how the year goes. I am luck to have a wonderful workplace that i can openly communicate with so the key for me is communication and looking after what my little ones need

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    I had to go back to work when my son was 4 months old for financial reasons and to this day I still wish I could have spent more time with him at home.


 

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