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    Yeah if only we lived in the ideal world

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    I also wanted to point out that working mums and their kids usually get sick MORE as theres more exposure to germs. And quite often you are sick at the same time as your kids, meaning they cant go to daycare or school but you are still stuck at home looking after them as would be a SAHP, but if you use childcare you still get to pay for the privilege! Sorry if that sounds ranty, DH and I both work FT in jobs with high personal contact so we both get sick A LOT!

    The amount of sick you get when you have small kids can be tough on anyone, for sure. How do I cope? ridiculous amounts of coffee :/
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    Wow, this thread is 2 yrs old!

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    LOL it is too... I must have clicked on the wrong thread by mistake...

    he he...Im sick might explain it


 

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