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    I do I work shift work and will be returning at the end of my mat leave which is coming up way too quick- end of April.

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    Default mums working full time

    I do and will be going back at the end of June when my mat leave is up
    Last edited by mazd85; 04-04-2015 at 05:55.

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    I did till I was made redundant

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    I might if a new business idea takes off. Just worried how 3 year old DD would cope as I've only ever been on mat leave or working 3 days a week since she was born. 6 month old DS not so much as he wouldn't know any different.

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    Samsies.

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    Its great to hear so many of you are out there. I dont think ivr come across any other mums working full time. I find it pretty tough being away from my son so much.
    My son is 2 1/2.

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    I would part time but generally full time plus more hours every fortnight(my hours change as OT varies and my OT are usually night shifts if i can get them). My son is 7 but i am a single parent thrown in.


 

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