So my original plan was to be a stay at home mom and take a few classes at the community college so that I could raise my daughter (who is currently 7 months old ) and go to school part time. So back in May I signed up for 3 classes which are all paid for in full. Now I'm starting to realize how badly we need a second income, so I really need to start working. I have no family or friends that can watch DD during the day while I am at work and we can not afford daycare so I think I'm going to pick up a third shift job. If I can find a sleep position at a group home that would be great, but I'm not counting on it. Am I completely insane for thinking that I can raise my daughter, take night classes, and work third shift? I'm really afraid of getting physically worn out very quickly, but I don't see any other way.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:18 PM on Jul. 25, 2009 in Money & Work
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