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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


That's a pretty good popcorn gif





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lsunurse
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You're not normal nurse. You dress up your dog.


Haven't done that in forever CR.









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FLBooGoTigs1
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


You come in instagating again. The OP comes in here pouring his soul out and has the balls to actually post his & his wife's income. Here comes nurse. Why is she only making 38k she is a nurse right?

Bad nurse is out we want sweet nurse here.



Good morning nurse






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Cajun Revolution
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


You're not dressing Buttere up this year? Not even a hat?





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lsunurse
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


Nope. I haven't put a costume on him in years CR. I've learned from my mistakes.





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Cajun Revolution
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


For shitting in the floor, he deserves to be a pumpkin. A Butters Pumpkin.





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lsunurse
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


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For shitting in the floor, he deserves to be a pumpkin. A Butters Pumpkin.





Look at the shame on his face.





OP....why not have her work part time or just a registry job. She could work a couple shifts a month and still be bringing in a lil bit of money.



She also gets to keep her nursing skills current this way as well. If she does decide to stay at home, make sure she looks into what she needs to do/pay to keep her nursing license current while she isn't working.






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Cajun Revolution
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


When I get married I'll have a dog and let my wife dress him up. I think it's cute.





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lsunurse
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


So she'll stay at home with the kids, use cloth diapers, clean the house, and dress the dog up to have him waiting at the door every day you get home from work in a different costume?





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shutterspeed
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


We did it on less than that starting out.

I think every mother should stay home the first 2-3 years.

Good luck.






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Cajun Revolution
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Nah. Just Halloween and that bitch will work her arse off. No free rides.





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lsunurse
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


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I think every mother should stay home the first 2-3 years.


What if the mom doesn't want to?






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yellowfin
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


she shouldn't have kids





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Greengirl
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


I'm a married OT'er, but I don't have a wife.

When my son was a baby, I worked part time, and he was in a home day care part time. He really enjoyed the home day care. The woman who ran it kept a strict limit on how many children she saw, and while she didn't try to teach the children lessons, would help them do puzzles, look at books, spell out their names with plastic letters, etc, at the appropriate time just as I would.

It worked out well for my son. He is even Facebook friends with the youngest son of the woman who took care of him. I was lucky though, to have the kind of job that paid well enough that working part time was worth it, and to find a good care provider.






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911Moto
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


My wife has stayed home with the kids for the past 15 years. Does she appreciate the fact that I've always made enough money for her to do what she wants, when she wants? Does she appreciate the fact that my 8th grade son gets up and gets ready for school on his own and she gets to sleep til noon? Of course the fvck not. What started out as a mutual decision before we got married has somehow turned into me holding her back from making something of herself since I won't LET her work. Because it's not like raising your own children is the most important and worthy job in the world.





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wegotdatwood
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


Yes, bc she works as a clinic in Arkansas.





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lsunurse
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


We used to think we would be able to rely on his mother to help watch kids for us. However, she has been having knee issues more frequently so if we do have kids we won't be able to rely on them.


I know many nurses that I work with that have kids that make it work without needing daycare at all. They may work every weekend(fri,sat,sun....3 12a) so they are off during the week. Or they have their children in part time daycare so they can sleep a little during the day after a shift at work and pick them up in the afternoon before their spouses get off of work and they trade off and go to work that night.








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FLBooGoTigs1
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


Oh you got that you held her back shite too. My ex would give me hell about it.





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FLBooGoTigs1
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


Nurse my ex and my parents were hardly any help when the kids were young. My grandparents growing up were great. We would stay at their houses all the time. My ex's parents and mine and their seven marriages between them were useless. They were remarried and dealing with their own broken lives. Just sad that my kids didnt get to experience a relationship with their grandparents like i did. Just sad.





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911Moto
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re: Married OT'ers. Does your wife stay home with the baby?


I've never understood people who need fulfillment from their job. For me, life is about raising a family and just enjoying life. A job has one purpose - money. I could have worked much longer hours and made a LOT more money. I always tried to keep my work week around 30 hours, took off whenever the kids had something going on, and spet as much time with the family as I could. Don't know how my wife could find sitting at a desk and answering a phone or doing paperwork could be more valuable, important, or fulfilling than raising your own freaking children. When she gives me that crap, I simply tell her that if she had told me that sooner, I would have married someone else.





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