I'm due in May and would love to stay home but cant (money wise.) I work in a otometrist office 3days a week and may be able to bring her with me, however I'm not sure it is a good ideal. What do you think???Answer Question
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Answer by JeremysMom at 4:01 PM on Mar. 10, 2009
It depends on your work environment. If you are with a client and the baby starts crying, or just wants to be held continuously will someone take care of that client for you? For how long? What if the phone is ringing and the baby is crying...will the customer on the other end think its unprofessional? Will you have room for a bassinet, swing and anything else that will accommodate the baby and keep her happy and needs met? Lots of things to consider. If all of this is possible just try to take at least 4-6 weeks off. Its really hard to be up and at it after labor. Your body really does take alot of time to heal.
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Answer by jmcan at 8:40 AM on Mar. 12, 2009
I am a work from home mom and I am partnered with a Wellness company that distributes eco-friendly products. My daughter has never gone to daycare because I found a real work from home job. I do not sell. I do receive a check once a month. I do have a website that you could go to if interested......
This company is a member of the Better Business Bureau.
Answer by cstewart0402 at 11:03 PM on Mar. 13, 2009