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    Default Any other working mums with SAHD?

    Sometimes I feel so lonely and stuck in a nowhere land

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    Yes we are like this. And I work a lot

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    Ps love your user name. One of my favourite cocktails

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    Hi. Yes we are the same!
    you are not alone what state are you guys in? Im WA

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    We are to.. I work fulltime and study fulltime

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    Hello everyone - lovely to meet you. I know I'm in a very privileged position to have a SAHD and not have to go through childcare but sometimes it just feels a bit cr**py and I feel I don't have a right to complain. I'm an expat in Singapore (hence the sling name) and most expat mums decide not to work and have a live in maid (we don't) so our lives are quite different!

    I have a question for you all. Do you comment if you disagree with how your husband is handling something eg a tantrum or do you speak up? I avoid speaking up to keep the peace but then feel a bit divorced from bringing up our gorgeous boy.

    Sorry for the ramble. As I'm sure you all know, exhaustion makes me incoherent sometimes !


 

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