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    could you study online from
    home or something? something for yourself an to keep your mind active ?

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    Is there ANY way you can afford a day or 2 DC for work or even schooling. It really sounds like you want to be working and emotionally your not coping at home.

    If it was a working Mum wanting to be a SAHM everyone would be saying "money isn't everything!" so there you go hun, Money isn't everything if you want to work and are not happy/coping being at home fulltime maybe you should try to work somehow..

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    Hi, could you maybe start a blog or keep a diary on bubhub? or how about doing some research and start selling on ebay. Also maybe you could look at volunteering with an organisation where you could do it from home or maybe they'll allow you to bring the kids. If you're an animal lover maybe you could become a foster carer. I am a first time Mum and have a 3 week old, it will be the first time I will be off work. I'm taking a year off and I'm missing it already although I do love being at home so far. Good luck


 

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