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    he works 8-4...leave home just before 7 and is home by 5.15...i feel very lucky.

    To the person's who DH is home but doesn't help with brekky and stuff because he is too busy with himself...i would brain my DH if he tried that!! ffs, you are parents together...he should be at least helping/spending time in the mornings considering he not home till after they in bed!@!

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    Well I will be a SAHM in 4 weeks if that counts.. DH works weekend night shift - Fri 4pm to 4am and Sat/Sun 6pm to 6am

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    My DH is a fireman, so works 2 days (8am-6pm) then 2 nights (6pm-8am), then 4 off...but the pay is terrible so he works a 2nd job on his days off and sometimes between day shift and night shift, he usually does at least 3 shifts at his other job.

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    school term its mon/tues 5-8pm wed/thurs 830-4, school holidays 1hr per day, whenever he gets there. very slack haha

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    For the past 2 years, DH has been doing shift work with the following standard hours:

    2 day shifts: 6am-6pm
    2 evening shifts: 1pm-home around midnight but on-call until 6am
    Then 4 days off

    If day shifts fall on a Sat/Sun, then the hours are 8am-8pm.
    If evening shifts fall on a Sat/Sun, he's on-call.

    This month though due to carbon tax implementation and new tax year, he's been working, days 7am-7pm and nights 7pm-7am.

    Next month he's on office rotation, so a month of 'normal' hours, where he'll work 8am-4pm

    In the past, before this job he worked standard 9am-5pm shifts.

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    DH works 7 till 6pm mon to fri and about 8 till 4 or 5 Saturdays! Miss him like crazy at the moment!!

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    school term its mon/tues 5-8pm wed/thurs 830-4, school holidays 1hr per day, whenever he gets there. very slack haha

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    Mon-fri out of the house 6 - 6:30 each day for work day which includes about 1 hr each way commute.

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    Stupid hours. Sometimes he will start at like 6am then won't get back till 9pm. Other times he will start at 8 then finish at 4.

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    DP works varying hours. Today for example he was up at 5:30am and will be home about 4:30pm. However last week he was up at 04:50am and home at 6:00pm.


 
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