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    Thank you! You are amazing!

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    Yay, had wondered this will be dropping to 2 days to keep routine and dd loves her friends and gives her a break from me and bub and me and belly bub some alone time like she had.

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    I'm thinking of dropping days after Bub is born so I can concentrate on establishing bf first.

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    Yes I'm currently on PPL and am still sending ds1 to his FDC, with the normal ccb and ccr i got before i went on mat leave. I didn't want to lose his spot and he loves it. Start back at work in a week 😭😭😭

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    Yep you can, I just did it with DD - i left her in 3 days a week. It was great to get some one on one time with bub and she got to wear out her energy at chilecare

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    Yes you get 12 months before you lose ccr

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    Hi mamasupial, yes, as you are 'employed' you wont notice a change. Childcare was a blessing for me, it kept routine and enjoyment for the older sibling and gave me breathing space with the new bub. I opted for 3 days per week. Gosh i looked forward to those days, for so many reasons. All the best.

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    Yay! Big relief. She's currently in 4 days a week due to both of us working full time.

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