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    Default Who is a SAHM full time by choice?

    Me! I wouldn't want it any other way :-)

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    I'm at work but was a SAHM for a while. I can totally understand why folks choose the stay at home option!

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    Me I have been a SAHM for almost 19 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Me I have been a SAHM for almost 19 years.
    Wow :congrats: I've been a sahm for just over 5 years!

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    Me me me
    I love it so much. I am so grateful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babynomad View Post
    I do feel old fashioned and as if I'm kind of looked at as dumb with nothing to say . I have alot to say , am actually desperate for a conversation about life anything except babies and tv ! But I am pretty much ignored as far as questions in a conversation go, it's all my effort . But that's the territory I guess. But I still love looking after my kids 24/7 and I'm lucky I'm able too.
    I can totally relate to this! Argh it does my head in. I get the feeling people don't find my choice of being a mum as interesting enough so they dont bother asking me about what I do.

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    Thanks by the way for all the replies I feel less like a lone wolf now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousehunt88 View Post
    Even once he starts school i will probally only go back PT as i want to be invollved as much as possible at the school and taking my children to activities/sports outside of school too.
    I love being a SAHM!
    Yep , I'll be doing this too! How can I be the president of the P & F while working full time!

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    Yep. I am and have been for the past 3 years. Love spending time with the kids - most of the time

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    Will work PT eventually, few years away though.


 

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