Dh leaves between 7.30am-8.00am and gets home between 6.30pm-7.00pm, most days.
There are always some days/weeks where he doesn't see the girls at all, and he hates those days.
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16-03-2012 14:24 #31
16-03-2012 14:30 #32
Depends on his shift, either
16-03-2012 14:38 #33
Leaves around 7.30am, home anytime between 6.30-8.00pm. If I was still working in my old job I'd be doing very similar hours... which is one of the many reasons that I'm now a SAHM.
16-03-2012 14:52 #34
DP leaves home about 6.45am he starts work at 7.30 am. He is meant to finish at 4pm but generally doesnt finish till 4.30-5pm (sometimes later). It just depends on the project his working on.
He is always working at home to. Always check his work email till the time he goes to bed. He is also on call all the time so if any alarms go off or computer problems he has to go fix it.
16-03-2012 14:59 #35Guest Guest
Same as you OP.
16-03-2012 15:01 #36Senior Member
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DH leaves home @ 4am and is usually home by 11.00am, depending on the weather and the days catch (fisherman) It's great because we get to spend the entire afternoon together BUT it is 7 days!!! Only gets a day off of the weather doesn't allow him to go
16-03-2012 15:18 #37-
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DH leaves for work at around 5am (gets up at 4am) and is home about 3pm (finishes at 2-2:30pm).
16-03-2012 15:23 #38
Dh leaves at 8:45am and gets home at 10:45pm or leaves at 8pm and gets home at 9:30am
16-03-2012 15:25 #39
Leaves for work at 2.15pm and gets home on a good night midnight or 12.30 but most of the time its about 1.15am its awful id rather him do the day shift 5.15-3.30 but the night money is heaps better
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16-03-2012 15:26 #40Senior Member
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My Dh does shift work so it is all over the place. His day shift has him leave at 5am and get home about 7pm though
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