How Hard Is To Do Full Time Job With Pregnancy

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lovebabies - August 17

I am almost 29 and married for the last 2 years. I finished part of my studies and now required to do 1 year job in order to get my certificate. My husdand and I want baby and phisically, financially and emotionally ready for the baby I want to enjoy every moment once I have baby and do not wnat to work. On the other hand I want to complete my certification course. Is it possible to be commited to job and pregnancy ? or what should be my first priority? I am confused with this question for the last 6 months plese help me out.

 

clindholm - August 18

I would say that if you only need to do one year to receive your certificate, go ahead. You never know how long it will take you to get pregnant, no sense wasting time until you get there. I can only say that if I had the option to stay home with my babies rather than work full time I would (not forever) at least for the first year. Part-time is also an option that can work so that you can build your career and have time with your baby. Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

 

lovebabies - August 26

Yeah It is very hard to know future in advance so for me also it is better to look for a part time job so I won't be stressed out.

 

Carly XxX - September 4

Hi i worked full-time up until i was about 36 weeks. i also took a year off maternity leave as i didnt want to miss anything! My daughter is now 18 months old and i work part time.I had no problems and was even given a new chair so that i didn't have to stand up (legal requirement). i won't say it was easy but it wasn't much different to usual. i got tired more, obviously and towards the end i was so fed up! but like clindholm said you do not know how long it will take you to become pregnant, you could start your course and become pregnant after 6 months and only be working till u are 6 months pregnant. i'd say go for it!

 

lovebabies - September 18

Yes Carly you are right I am trying for a job and for baby as well whatever comes first I will welcome it. If both happens at the same time I will check myself may be I can handle both otherwise I can take leave from work.

 

clindholm - September 19

I also worked up until about 36 weeks when I was taken out by my doctor and put on bedrest. It is very tiring (worse if you have a toddler at home!) Of course, it depends on the type of job as Carly said, I have a desk job so it's not as bad as it could be. Good luck with your job and ttc!

 

lovebabies - September 19

Yes Clindholm baby or toddler needs lot of energy and time but it is good they keep us busy and happy. Sometimes I feel so lonely stting at home, looking for a job. My husband is busy with his job and I like meeting with people and friends. I think if I join a job I will get some human interaction and would be busy and happy. TTC also because I would have someting to look farward too.

 

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