Mine is 1100 pm to 700 am. Or sometimes 700-700 or 1100-1100 when I have overtime
My husband's is 5:30 am to 2:00 pm at his day job and primary one. He has two others that are part time and those hours vary.
My husband works 7 to 3:30
Sometimes overtime til 7_8pm.Me I Am a full.time mom I work from 6am til 8pm with weekends off my husband is home ; )
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