All Blog Posts Tagged 'SAHMs' (2)

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As you might have noticed, I'm in to graphic design. I actually should have majored in it, but chose journalism instead. When I was working at the TV station I learned a ton about graphics. In college I also took web design and learned a lot about building and designing websites accompanied by my HTML for dummies book. I also have a CSS for dummies book and I truly must be a dummy because I could not figure it out. (Read… Continue

Added by Heather Jones on August 16, 2010 at 12:31pm — No Comments

Why Does A SAHM Need A Nanny?

Before I became a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom), I knew that I didn’t want my children in daycare, and I can’t quite recall if my husband and I had a thorough discussion about me staying home once we started a family. Our first child was born December 23, 2005. I thought I had two more weeks to relax and prepare for her arrival but she had other plans. She knew Christmas was in two days and wanted to come home Christmas day. The day I went into labor was also the first day of the MTA transit strike… Continue

Added by Kimberly Thomas on November 30, 2009 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

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