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    • Be a SAHM -- Votes: 40
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ƒideℓis ϟ 1 child; Cherry Hill, New Jersey 5085 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Nova and Nessa's Momma:</b>" Obviously, that's why my SO is going to school and I said I was planning on going to school when my DD ... [snip!] ... have every advantage handed to them, to be able to just go to college and get a good job. Some people need help getting there. "</blockquote>




My mom put herself through college and worked her way up to vice president. She came from nothing. She didn't use me as an excuse to why she can't continue with her education to provide a better future for me. My father built his company from the ground up starting when I was 6 years old. He came from nothing. He wasn't even raised by his mom. He didn't Use me as an excuse to not secure his future either. I'm sorry that I was born to parents who have ambition and goals who not only worried about the present (like you are) but also the future. Say I'm trying to convince whoever but ill say it again, I will never know struggle. I'm sorry you lack the ambition my parents had.

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Nova and Nessa's Momma:</b>" Obviously, that's why my SO is going to school and I said I was planning on going to school when my DD ... [snip!] ... have every advantage handed to them, to be able to just go to college and get a good job. Some people need help getting there. "</blockquote>




I'm really sorry that you feel like you have to defend yourself to that snotty nosed b***h. You know your life and the needs of your family better than anyone, do what's right for you and your gorgeous girls.

ƒideℓis ϟ 1 child; Cherry Hill, New Jersey 5085 posts
6th Nov '12

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ƒideℓis ϟ 1 child; Cherry Hill, New Jersey 5085 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ryloonjimama:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Nova and Nessa's Momma:</b>" Obviously, that's why my SO is ... [snip!] ... b***h. You know your life and the needs of your family better than anyone, do what's right for you and your gorgeous girls."</blockquote>



Her family needs stability like anyone else's. But she's too selfish to begin to provide it. She'd rather live off the government.

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
6th Nov '12

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bye bye..... Florida 50 posts
6th Nov '12

I would definitely say yes! Being a stay at home mother of a daughter with severe medical needs myself, I can tell you from experience that your daughter needs your more than ever right now. It will give you ample time to make sure all her needs are met and no one else can do that for her better than her own mommy :) You have plenty of time to get a good job.

☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆ Due September 18 (girl); 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Washington 45141 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chroma Hex [+1]:</b>" I'm looking on the Washington Department of Early Learning website and it says that they can apply for ... [snip!] ... totally take everything I read on a forum as truth, but it's better to read into things yourself and do your own research. "</blockquote>




in Washington State parents with special needs children are top priority for child care assistance. people like me with kids with no special needs are put on a waiting list where as people with special needs children are put at the top of the line

☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆ Due September 18 (girl); 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Washington 45141 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chroma Hex [+1]:</b>" She said it was a situation her friend was in. You have no way of knowing if the situation was like ... [snip!] ... the opportunity to feel any semblance of superiority. I'm glad this thread gave you the ego boost you so desperately needed. "</blockquote>



my friend's daughter has Cornelia de Lange syndrome meaning that she needs special care all the time

bye bye..... Florida 50 posts
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Nessy, Nova, and Bam Due March 4 (boy); 18 kids; 1 angel baby; Spokane, WA, United States 5241 posts
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Shanaddy 1 child; Tulsa, Oklahoma 882 posts
6th Nov '12

I didn't go through and read everything, but I worked for Best Buy for 3 uears. Unless he gets hired on as a manger position, he wont be making that much, even in sales. And the company just did a major re org back in July, so there are even less management positions. I loved working there and it was a really fun job, but it wont be near enough to support a family of 4. It's really hard to get a full time spot there, so he most likely won't be working every day. He will have to average less than 32 hours a week or the company gets in trouble. The discount is nice though!



And if you can afford it, stay home with your babies! :)

Nessy, Nova, and Bam Due March 4 (boy); 18 kids; 1 angel baby; Spokane, WA, United States 5241 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting Shanaddy:" I didn't go through and read everything, but I worked for Best Buy for 3 uears. Unless he gets hired ... [snip!] ... a week or the company gets in trouble. The discount is nice though! And if you can afford it, stay home with your babies! :)"

No, he wouldn't be working full time, but he did say he would be working daily. Not full shifts, he said 3 hours at the least, but he would be working daily. He would be working in the back.



I'm pretty much over this whole post tho. I don't have to explain myself anymore. People can pick out what they want from what I say and use it however they want. I know that we're okay financially, and we are using the help because we need it, and we're not abusing it. That's why they have a cutoff limit on assistance. We won't be on it forever, but while he's in school, it's what we have to do. I would much rather use assistance than have no home or anything for my girls. My SO is doing his best to get a part time job while he's in school and I just found out that we did get approved for SSI, so I'm going to do what's best for my girls. What she'll be getting in SSI is what I would be getting at a job anyways, and if I get a job, they'll reduce it. So i'm going to use that help for her and make sure she gets the proper attention she needs and deserves.

K65 Due April 20 (girl); Texas 118 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting Nova and Nessa's Momma:" No, he wouldn't be working full time, but he did say he would be working daily. Not full shifts, he said ... [snip!] ... they'll reduce it. So i'm going to use that help for her and make sure she gets the proper attention she needs and deserves. "


Yay, Im glad you got approved although I never doubted that you would lol :D