I've used to be quite active on the WebMD message boards for various topics. But I am so elated that a single parents board now exists. I work full time, go to school part time and I have 3 year old daughter.
My house is upside down b/c I barely have the time or energy to maintain it. And unfortunately, I don't have the resource to utilize a cleaning service to maintain it. Especially when those funds can be used for other activities such as ballet and music lessons. My daughter will be able to begin the music program this summer and ballet when she turns 4.
Anywho, so happy, happy about this board. As parents, we can relate to other parents but more so to single parents.
I am proud to be a Mommy to my beautiful daughter. But sometimes she drives me crazy! And the minute, I need to leave her with my Mom, b/c school is out and I cannot afford alternate childcare, I miss her soooooooooooo much. So much, I don't know what to do with myself. Go figure.View Thread
Thats a very good point. Martial arts is something I should consider also. Thanks MissBubbleYAJG.
I am actually taking pre-reqs to get into an associate nursing program. Once I complete that, I will take a bridge RN-MSN, then the actual MSN. I'll be in school for awhile. But thats okay. I will see it as a "continuing education."
Have a great rest of the day. And thanks again for the reassurance.View Thread
Its good that you and your child's father is interesting in working this through when your child is young. My DC is 3 and has yet to meet my "sperm donor." I cannot bare to use reference him as "father" or "dad" since he hasn't been.
It really is tough having to leave your house early to drop DC to daycare. The guilt never ends. My daughter is in preK 3 now. And utilize early drop off so I can get to work early so I can leave early.
I hope you enjoy the weekend and weather. I also hope you feel better.View Thread
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