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    Being offered 2 different jobs and they are both great. One is 3 days a week 7.30am to 4.30 pm and the other is 5 days a week but 10am to 4pm. Same pay between them both and similar commute times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinosaur Train View Post
    Being offered 2 different jobs and they are both great. One is 3 days a week 7.30am to 4.30 pm and the other is 5 days a week but 10am to 4pm. Same pay between them both and similar commute times.

    Then I guess you need to decide which one seems more desirable and which ones hours are more suitable to your needs. Congrats on the job offers though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinosaur Train View Post
    Being offered 2 different jobs and they are both great. One is 3 days a week 7.30am to 4.30 pm and the other is 5 days a week but 10am to 4pm. Same pay between them both and similar commute times.

    Same pay per hour or same pay overall? If it's same pay overall I'd go for the 10-3 job! Congrats 😊

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    I am currently supposed to be at a social work lunch but I accidentally on purpose forgot about it! I don't work Wednesday's so have a bit of an excuse

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    Same pay overall. I may go the first one as it means 2 days not at work.

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    Soon to be out of what little work I was still doing. I haven't been doing much only 4-5 hours a week but the extra money has been wonderful AND it has meant no gap in my resume. I always knew it would end but had hoped it would take me further in to my unexpectedly extended period at home.

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    just getting out of bed for the day after a much needed sleep in given that it was 5am before I got to sleep - DS has been playing beyblades all morning so left me alone apparently on the proviso I'll help him practice baseball later. Hoping the extra sleep will help my crap mood.

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    I am sad... My exclusively breastfed 11 week old is not putting on the weight! I felt like we were doing so well but she has only gained 1.3kg overall since birth...no gain in the past week!! I really didn't want to rely on formula top ups...and she hates it...but i guess I'm just going to have to suck it up. She is such a happy baby though so I'm actually surprised that I'm obviously not giving her all she needs after all. I feel like a cruddy mum...😢 am i underfeeding her? wouldn't she cry more if she was hungry?

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    please don't feel bad, you are not a 'cruddy mum'. make a thread for yourself and I am sure 100s of women will respond and give you heaps of suggestions, and wonderful advice with how to increase you bfing. best of luck, marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Its Me View Post
    I am sad... My exclusively breastfed 11 week old is not putting on the weight! I felt like we were doing so well but she has only gained 1.3kg overall since birth...no gain in the past week!! I really didn't want to rely on formula top ups...and she hates it...but i guess I'm just going to have to suck it up. She is such a happy baby though so I'm actually surprised that I'm obviously not giving her all she needs after all. I feel like a cruddy mum...😢 am i underfeeding her? wouldn't she cry more if she was hungry?
    Please don't be so hard on yourself. There are so many mums on here who can support you in your bf journey.

    So many things I want to ask you. How many wet nappies does she have during the day? Are you feeding on demand? Are there any latch issues? Have you tried breastmilk top ups?

    Ultimately as long as your baby is fed that is all that matters. But reach out for support - it is here if you need it.

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