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Hi mommy bloggers:

 My role this week has been to be the mommy nurse for my 8 months old twin baby girls and it has been challenging, to say the least. So I was just wondering how everyone gets by when they have to stay at home because babies are sick?????

 

Hope to read lots of responses!!!!!!! :)

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Hey Sasha-

It looks like I am a little late to reply... hopefully your twins are better now. :) Anyway, I am a nurse (but work fulltime) and it is hard to stay home. My little boy was sick most of last winter. Hang in there, it gets better. So far this winter has been ten times better than last year! We are lucky because my husbands job is super flexible and mine is pretty flexible, so between the 2 of us we can usually cover it. Good luck!

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