Hey and thanks for the welcome! I'm a relatively new mom. I have an 18 month old daughter, and right now she's being mainly cared for by my husband when he's home from work and my mom when he's not because I somehow mysteriously fractured my hip and am recovering from surgery. It's really aweful to be so useless, but I'm getting better and stronger each day. Nice to meet you!
Hi Alexia! Thanks for the welcome! I just read your post about being a SAHM. I totally feel you! People just don't get it! I stopped teaching after my little girl was born and now I am home full time with my 2 little rascals! Hardest job I have EVER had! I chose to stay home and obviously now that we are down to 1 income things financially are tight. Like you, I was looking for part time work. I now own my own business with a company called Thirty-One! They sell totes, purses, home decor, stationary, and so much more and everything can be personalized! The company is WONDERFUL and has given me something to become passionate over, bring in money for our family, and still be able to stay at home with my kids! Just wanted to share the blessing!! Check out my blog. Here is the company website. www.mythirtyone.com/jessica31
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