Tamara ALEXANDER 30/11/06
Best of all he actually appreciates how hard being a stay at home mum is.
Baby No:4 Due 23rd November 2009
He also owns another business that is just about to launch in the states.
My DH is a chef and works split shifts (9am-2pm, 5pm-10pm) 5 days a week. He has Mondays to stay at home with our bub as I am a teacher and have to work through the week. The hours suck and the pay isn't that great but he loves to create new dishes and is doing what he can to support bub and I.
I prefer the midnight start, I get the bed to myself at night but he's home early enough in the morning to help get the kids ready and he's there at night to lend a hand cooking dinner etc.
Karen, DS1 31/8/03, DD 12/3/07, DS2 16/12/09
He also sells stock, so he does that whole fast talking, fast adding up, thing that I get completely lost with ... and he can count sheep running through a gate 4 abreast and not lose count.
And he can't wait till our DD gets old enough to open gates so he can take her with him on odd times (like weekend jobs).
Isobel 19/7/06 Molly 14/2/08 Sam 4/10/09
Well Ill add a different area, my DH is pretty much a District Manager for a fast food chain, and no I dont really eat the fast food since the novelty has weared off ages ago LMAO. But he does his job well enough to organise his own rostered hours has 2 days off during the week at his choice, but can work night shift depending what he has to do at his stores.
We are both 2 different ppl in the workforce, he is the thinker and im the doer. Myself used to work in the Installation of security, cctv, fire alarms, access control etc and now servicing Fire Extingushers. I finish up in 2 weeks so.
He works for the education department down here in tassie, he fixes and installs computers in schools.
Although I can hopefully get a job soon so he can spend more time at home with DD.