Yep

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#22 Jan 10, 2013
wow wrote:
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When you're 55, he'll be 43.
And our son will be almost 18. Your point is?
Gee

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#23 Jan 10, 2013
wow wrote:
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When you're 55, he'll be 43.
You can add. I'm glad to know that because that way when I come through the drive thru at Taco Bell I will have all 10 tacos in the 10 pack.
11th Street

Lexington, KY

#24 Jan 10, 2013
buh buh
Really wrote:
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Really? 55? WTF?!? I have an 18 month old so I don't think so dumb@$$! For info I'm 40 and he's 28. Keep on hating hater!
Really

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#25 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
buh buh
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That's all you can come back with. My18 month old acts older than you dumb@$$!
You are jealous

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#26 Jan 10, 2013
11th Street wrote:
buh buh
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Of her having a good man where she can stay at home take care of their baby and house! I bet you're a wrinkled old has been with a floppy face and pu$$ and a nasty house!
wow

Lexington, KY

#27 Jan 10, 2013
Yep wrote:
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And our son will be almost 18. Your point is?
You seemed to misunderstand what the poster was saying about your being 55 - that you thought they were saying you are 55 now instead of "when you're 55, he'll be 43".
wow

Lexington, KY

#28 Jan 10, 2013
Gee wrote:
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You can add. I'm glad to know that because that way when I come through the drive thru at Taco Bell I will have all 10 tacos in the 10 pack.
OK, there are some very irrational and reactionary people in this thread. Unlike you, I'm not trying to be a smartass but simply keeping the woman from having a heart attack over thinking she was called 55 - which, btw, isn't a bad age at all lol.
huh

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#29 Jan 10, 2013
Mmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>Ahhh another jealous one! Oh I should feel ashamed and sitting home? Really? WTF?!? For your info I have an 18 month old to watch, a house to clean and laundry to do! I don't get paid, but I work every single day! Daycares and sitters? So, what you're saying is I should be taking and
pawning my baby off on strangers to raise while I'm making barely enough to cover their cost and away from him all day?
For your info we took our baby to the Doctor this week for a checkup and he is above average on everything! His Doctor said he is perfect! Sounds like I am doing MY job! The way I look at it is you're a jealous @$$ b*tch who has to slave away everyday at McDonald's because your husband is so lazy he wouldn't work in a pie factory tasting pies! Keep on hating hater and waiting for your welfare!
U clean and do laundry when u get off! U do what u gotta do. Damn lazy butt people. Ridiculous. People like u just want it as an excuse to stay home. How old are u and how many jobs have u had before?
wildcats

Nicholasville, KY

#30 Jan 10, 2013
Annie Bell wrote:
Considering I shut the factory down... Who gives a shit... I pay my own
What's your email?
employed at home

Lexington, KY

#31 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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U clean and do laundry when u get off! U do what u gotta do. Damn lazy butt people. Ridiculous. People like u just want it as an excuse to stay home. How old are u and how many jobs have u had before?
Some ppl think it's better to raise their own children instead of strangers doing it. If you can afford to live on one salary, one parent being home is great. Why does it bother you?
huh

Lexington, KY

#32 Jan 10, 2013
employed at home wrote:
<quoted text>Some ppl think it's better to raise their own children instead of strangers doing it. If you can afford to live on one salary, one parent being home is great. Why does it bother you?
Because from the sounds of it they can't afford to. She said he works his butt off to provide for them. If they made plenty of money with no problems them she should have just said that he works and has a good job. But the way she put it makes it sound like she sits her but at home while he's out working 2 jobs to pick up her slack
employed at home

Lexington, KY

#33 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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Because from the sounds of it they can't afford to. She said he works his butt off to provide for them. If they made plenty of money with no problems them she should have just said that he works and has a good job. But the way she put it makes it sound like she sits her but at home while he's out working 2 jobs to pick up her slack
Guess that's the way they want to run their family! Raising kids really isn't sitting your butt anywhere lol. I worked before I had kids and after they were grown, and never as hard or as long hours as when I was at home. That was our choice and it turned out to be a great one.
Well

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#34 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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U clean and do laundry when u get off! U do what u gotta do. Damn lazy butt people. Ridiculous. People like u just want it as an excuse to stay home. How old are u and how many jobs have u had before?
As a matter of fact nosey @$$ my husband rather me stay at home and work taking care of our child and our house. For your info I am 40 and have always held a job until our son was born.
Well

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#35 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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Because from the sounds of it they can't afford to. She said he works his butt off to provide for them. If they made plenty of money with no problems them she should have just said that he works and has a good job. But the way she put it makes it sound like she sits her but at home while he's out working 2 jobs to pick up her slack
For your info my husband works one job not two. Excuse me if I didn't spell it out enough so you could understand that! Picking up my slack? He comes home to a clean house and a hot meal. What does yours come home to? A messy house and take out from a restaurant on your way home?
Well

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#36 Jan 10, 2013
employed at home wrote:
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Guess that's the way they want to run their family! Raising kids really isn't sitting your butt anywhere lol. I worked before I had kids and after they were grown, and never as hard or as long hours as when I was at home. That was our choice and it turned out to be a great one.
Thank you! I am glad someone knows that it isn't easy when you're at home. If my husband wanted me to work outside the home, I would. It would be hard leaving my little one in the care of a stranger and I would worry about him all day. It would be nice though to be around adults with whom I could have a conversation with. That be said my little is getting a very good vocabulary and our conversations are the ones I treasure the most!
Well

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#37 Jan 10, 2013
Well wrote:
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Thank you! I am glad someone knows that it isn't easy when you're at home. If my husband wanted me to work outside the home, I would. It would be hard leaving my little one in the care of a stranger and I would worry about him all day. It would be nice though to be around adults with whom I could have a conversation with. That be said my little is getting a very good vocabulary and our conversations are the ones I treasure the most!
*That being said
employed at home

Lexington, KY

#38 Jan 10, 2013
Well wrote:
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Thank you! I am glad someone knows that it isn't easy when you're at home. If my husband wanted me to work outside the home, I would. It would be hard leaving my little one in the care of a stranger and I would worry about him all day. It would be nice though to be around adults with whom I could have a conversation with. That be said my little is getting a very good vocabulary and our conversations are the ones I treasure the most!
It's not easy but it's worth it. Everyone was happier when I was home, including my husband who supported it fully. By the time he got home dinner was ready, homework done, baths taken and he could relax with the kids for awhile. Of course I was still doing dishes and laundry lol but it was fine - we all benefited and we'd do it again the same way! My kids are all grown now and doing great in life, and my "lazy butt" is happily back at work.
So true

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#39 Jan 10, 2013
It's not easy but it has been worth it to me too! I actually went back to work for about a month after my maternity leave was over. My mom was able to come from out of state and watch him. I worked early 2nd shift and my husband worked 3rd shift. After being sick twice during that month my employer terminated me. I had lost my voice both times and being a CSR for a cellphone company there was no way I could work with no voice. I had went to the Dr both times got shots and medicine. I had more than enough documentation to collect unemployment.
I can't believe some people have kids and then take them to the daycare or sitters to raise them! I checked on daycare $250-$300 per week, not to mention gas and upkeep on our SUV. It just wasn't worth leaving him with total strangers for a little bit of money.
I am going back to work when he starts school, but it will be where I will be home when he gets home and I can go to his school activities.
Our bills are paid on time, my son is well taken care, my house is clean, and my husband comes home to a hot meal. My husband is a happy camper!
huh

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#40 Jan 10, 2013
So true wrote:
It's not easy but it has been worth it to me too! I actually went back to work for about a month after my maternity leave was over. My mom was able to come from out of state and watch him. I worked early 2nd shift and my husband worked 3rd shift. After being sick twice during that month my employer terminated me. I had lost my voice both times and being a CSR for a cellphone company there was no way I could work with no voice. I had went to the Dr both times got shots and medicine. I had more than enough documentation to collect unemployment.
I can't believe some people have kids and then take them to the daycare or sitters to raise them! I checked on daycare $250-$300 per week, not to mention gas and upkeep on our SUV. It just wasn't worth leaving him with total strangers for a little bit of money.
I am going back to work when he starts school, but it will be where I will be home when he gets home and I can go to his school activities.
Our bills are paid on time, my son is well taken care, my house is clean, and my husband comes home to a hot meal. My husband is a happy camper!
Screw a hot home cooked meal. I'd rather have mcd any night of the week. Good ole real American take out. Burgers and pizza. If I had a pizza waiting on me every night then id be happy. That can happen...I just have to stop and get it myself bc I'm not married
Well

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#41 Jan 10, 2013
huh wrote:
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Screw a hot home cooked meal. I'd rather have mcd any night of the week. Good ole real American take out. Burgers and pizza. If I had a pizza waiting on me every night then id be happy. That can happen...I just have to stop and get it myself bc I'm not married
That's your choice, but I prefer to cook my family a healthy meal.

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