Usually leaves between 6:30 and 7am and walks in to work. He aims to leave by 5pm so he gets time with us at home at night.
More often than not he works from home at night but it's nice to have him here with me after DD has gone to bed.
There are times when he isn't home until very late - has been 2am on occasion - but he's very conscious of balancing those times with early finishes whenever he can. We try as much as possible for him to finish at lunch time on a Thursday or Friday when DD is at pre school so we can have a lunch date.
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16-03-2012 12:38 #21Senior Member
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16-03-2012 12:48 #22
DH leave the house at about 7:30-8am and comes home around 5pm.
16-03-2012 13:00 #23
My hubby is in the navy so 😱 at your sook 😄
But I must admit to sooking when DH is working ashore and doing very long hours.
16-03-2012 13:12 #24
DH leaves at 2.30pm & gets home at midnight.
AND I HATE IT!!
I hate afternoon shift with a passion. I'd much rather 9-5 hours & man I hope they start again soon.
16-03-2012 13:17 #25
I'm pretty lucky we live only 5 min drive from the office, he usually leaves home at 8.45am and is home by 6.30-7 for dinner unless he has late appointments , Saturday's he is usually home by 5 and Sunday's he might get the odd appointment every couple of weeks and is only gone for an hour or two
16-03-2012 13:23 #26
My dh leaves about 430/5am and is home about 4:30pm
16-03-2012 13:40 #27
Dh leaves home at 4:30am and get home about 5:10pm.
I get 5 others ready for school and preschool then I run a graphic design business and the house and look after master 1 until he gets home then I work a bit more while he cooks dinner does some housework and baths kids.
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16-03-2012 13:42 #28
A in town day Leaves at 7;50 am and is home anytime between 4 and 9 :30pm
Away days leaves at 3 am works to 6pm but doesn't come home until 5 pm the next day, or in a few days.
16-03-2012 13:44 #29
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