Should you go back to work full time if you have had a baby or be a stay at home mother?
Which is best for your baby?
Are you married? Is this something that you and your husband can afford? Having one of you stay at home?
If you are single, then the best answer is go to work.
However, child care is expensive. You are going to need help from your family. My son in law just got a job. And my daughter, for right now, has been home during the first year.
It has not been easy for them at all. The economy may not support both of you working, even if you choose too.
There is alot to consider on both sides. Consider every option.
If you can afford it stay home until they leave your home. Some parents start going back to work when their children become teenagers. I feel teenagers need us at home even more!
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