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  1. Working and Student Parents
    I'm going to school next fall, and I will most likely live in on-campus family housing. Anyone else done this? I'll be 29, and I have two kids (age 5 and 7) and my husband may or may not come with me. (We are considering divorce.) I'm anxious about living on campus at my age, and I just don't...
  2. Working and Student Parents
    Hi mamas, I'm trying to imagine what a typical day will be like for me when I return to school FT this summer. The last time I was in FT school was in 2004, but that was theatre school, so it doesn't count Before that, I did my undergrad between 1977-2001, but then, I was in my 20s, had lots...
  3. Working and Student Parents
    So I returned to school when DD was about 6 weeks and started her in an in-home daycare. A few weeks in, I found out that they were leaving babies alone in the house (not ok!), so I called around to find another daycare on short notice. I got on the waiting list for the YMCA daycare near...
  4. Working and Student Parents
    Right now I am working as a substitute teacher's aide. I feel like it's a helpful and meaningful job, but I don't like picturing doing this forever. My father keeps going on about how there are such good pensions if I stay on with the school board, but I practically get the shivers picturing...
  5. Working and Student Parents
    I'm in my last semester of my BSN program and I'm starting to look around for jobs (which isn't very reassuring) I was just wondering what it's like in your area and where your area is?? Any suggestions for a new grad on the search for their first RN job? FYI, I don't have a lot of preference...
  6. Working and Student Parents
    I'll be starting school at the end of this month. 9 month old DS has been with me 100% of the time since he was born, except for a couple times when my mom watched him for a couple hours. he still is 90% BF, with a little bit of baby led solids. I'm going to have to leave him for 3-4 hours 4...
  7. Working and Student Parents
    Okay, any mamas out there who teach, give me your opinion about this one. I teach two intro classes at a local university. Today was our first day of class. I handed out index cards and asked each student to write a few pieces of basic information about him/herself on the card. When they...
  8. Working and Student Parents
    Hi, I have a 10 week old little boy, and am looking for in home care in Englewood. Does anybody have any suggestions? I also have a 3 year old, any preschool suggestions. I have near Harvard Park! Thanks
  9. Working and Student Parents
    We have 2 kids- an 8 year old boy and a 2 month old boy. 8 year old is in school full time. I SAH with the 2 month old currently (I am a sub for the school district but haven't accepted any jobs since baby was born). I graduated with my associates in spring 2011 and took some time off school...
  10. Working and Student Parents
    Hi mamas! This thread is for student mamas to check in and support each other. You can come back on a daily, weekly, or semi-regular basis to check in on your progress. Want to join in? Let us know a little about you: - Who you are - What you are studying - Where you are in your progress -...
  11. Working and Student Parents
    http://shine.yahoo.com/work-money/working-mothers-healthier-study-220400211.html I thought this was very interesting.
  12. Working and Student Parents
    Just like the title says :)! I'm undeclared, but looking to go into Biology on the pre-med track and attend medical school afterward.
  13. Working and Student Parents
    Hey Mummas, DP (soon to be DH!!) and I are going to start TTC in a month, and are trying to figure out our work/study plans for the future. How much time did/will you take off when you had bubba? Do you wish that you had taken more/less? When did you take it off? How many weeks? How many...
  14. Toddler & Child
    This will be our wiki for resources for Working and Student Parents. The reason for this it so keep the resource list manageable, visable and readily available, especially for new members or members who may be new to the unique circumstances of being a parent with responsibilities outside the...
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