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post #41 of 168
I am now a sahm....before, I was a toddler/preschool teacher who had to change a LOT of stinky disposies every day....
post #42 of 168
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Originally Posted by MissSugarKane
Hmm he played near me in my retirement home?

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That is awesome tho.I follow baseball so maybe we'll see him in the big leagues some day
Very funny! I KNOW where you are! I am from the same area until DH dragged me down here to AZ -- AKA hotter than the surface of the sun. :
post #43 of 168
I SH- before kids I worked in two different fields depending on pay where I was living (I moved alot) Sometimes I worked as a nanny and sometimes I worked a photographer. I did a lot of negative retouching to.

My spouse is an actuary. A number monkey
post #44 of 168
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Originally Posted by summiebee
I am a major lover of high coture handbags and shoes(Chanel, LV, Gucci, Dior) oh and jewelry! The sa's at Sak's know me by name, It's sick.
A fellow bag lover!!! Cool!!! I'm seriously addicted to Chanel, Gucci and LV

My DH calls me a designer bag whore LOL
post #45 of 168
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Originally Posted by MissSugarKane
: okay I am laughing so hard and I am not even sure I get it :
The wetbread comment is too funny! :LOL

I'm a SAHM. Before I became a SAHM, I worked as a Decision Support Anaylst (computer consultant) for a database warehouse company and more specifically my last year there I supported a software package for a large entertainment rental client. I'm 27. My husband, who is also 27, is the distribution manager of a rent to rent furniture company.

Since I don't know what defines one as either wet bread or crunchy, I'll leave that out!
post #46 of 168
I am a SAHM. Before kids I had completed one year of college and worked in daycare a little bit.
My dh is still in college finishing a business major and he is a hotel manager. Wants to open an eco friendly hotel one day.
post #47 of 168
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Originally Posted by AllyRae
I am now a sahm....before, I was a toddler/preschool teacher who had to change a LOT of stinky disposies every day....
Me too!! Millions, on 100s of kids! Only 4 were in cloth.
post #48 of 168
Pre - DS I was a controller / office manager for a non-profit group. DH is an account specialist (District manager in training) for an automotive insurance company.
post #49 of 168
I'm a family practice doctor, and dh is a paramedic and EMS instructor. We're both old farts - I'm 41 and he's 56!
post #50 of 168
I'm a SAHM/WAHM and Dh is a 3-D artist.
Before kids I was in retail management.
post #51 of 168
DH is in the Navy (nuke).

I am getting ready to be a SAHM. Before that I was a nuclear engineer and next year I will be starting grad school to get my Master's in Radiation Physics.
post #52 of 168
dh and I are both engineers. He's mechanical, I'm civil/environmental. I only work part time now and also get to telecommute so I only have to go in to the office 2 days a week. I would like to be a SAHM but my job is to good to give up right now
post #53 of 168
I am a SAHM (never had a paying job), and DH is a charter captain.
post #54 of 168
I am a wahm and dh is an electrician. Before kids I worked for the local telephone co. but was part of a downsizing so here I am! Hmmm we are 28 (me) and 27 (him) and are a little crispy. Not quite crunchy but more so than our irl friends and waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay more than his family
post #55 of 168
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Originally Posted by summiebee
Are you guys wet bread too?
:LOL Depends on who you ask. In image conscious DFW, where I live, we're freaks. We go to the mall and get stared at for having 4 kids and nursing in public and changing cloth diapers and using a sling. A lot of people would freak here if they knew I was nursing a 2 yr old. But, compared to a lot of crunchy people I know, we're not that crunchy.
post #56 of 168
DH is an officer in the AirForce.

I am a SAHM/WAHM. I hold degrees in Chem/Bio/Business. I never used them since my other job was professional military wife.

We are semi-crunchy. Not out of reading a book but rather following our gut. I had no clue what AP was when I had DS#1
post #57 of 168
I'm a WAHM with a design degree and I finished school early, started my company in the middle of my schooling (did a few seasons with a few lines of Children's clothing selling them to stores all over the US). I was also a national Figure Skater until the day I got pregnant. Then I coached on ice until 12 weeks pregnant and then until my pre-term labor started at 25 weeks on the sidelines. I also started sewing at age 8, helping my grandma, who made my skating outfits.
My life has always been skating, sewing and now just sewing and Hunter

ETA: I'm a single mama and never knew what "AP" was until I had Hunter and that became my parenting style by nature, I just did what I felt was right for him and best for us as a family

ETA(again): I will be 23 in a few weeks, I use mama cloth, made (try to still) Hunter's food, buy organic when I can afford it, Hunter is in cloth diapers, lives in his sling (and loves it), self weaned at 16.5 months , co-slept for 18 months (again by his choice).. he's pretty independent!
post #58 of 168
I am an English teacher, but am currently teaching Science.
DH runs a 24 hr rental car company but is currently part time for sahd duties.

28 and 39 respectively
post #59 of 168
Wow, not seeing much of a trend here are we?
I am a knitting wahm, but before dd I was a cad draftsman for a civil engineering/land surveying firm.
My hubby is a graphic artist for a local printing company and a dedicated dvd/book/autograph collecting night owl.
We are old too! I'm 42 (ouch!) and he is 47.
We are not crunchy but for people our age in our area I think we do all right. I know the toddler bf is pretty rare in these parts! Of course, we don't have enought money to be really effective gluttonous overconsumers. Maybe one day
post #60 of 168
I am a SAHM now, but pre-babies I was a elementary and middle school band director for 7 years. I still teach private lessons out of the house.

DH is an electrical/systems engineer. I really don't understand what he does.

I am 31 and DH will be 30 this year.
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