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7months and sooo tired!

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3 years ago
i just turned 7months on sunday and i've been so exhausted lately..and my back hurts :(..do you think its to early for me to get out of work? im a cna and do homecare, its not a difficult job but im awake by 6:00 every morning and three days a week i work until 7 or 9pm..2 days a week i get out at 11am..im just so tired lately and i want to stay home and enjoy the rest of the pregnancy without being tired and miserable..also i want to be able to afford to be out of work this early i cnt figure out how much ill take home on tdi because im not even sure about how tdi works..help please !

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3 years ago
I say hang in there if you can.  3 months is a lot to be off before baby gets here and then it's usually 8 weeks leave after baby arrives, so you are talking about being out of work for 5 months.  See if your long days can be cut a little shorter if your short days can be made longer...maybe.  I don't know if that will work for you.  I'm 31 weeks today and I get what you mean about being tired.  I've already got a 3 yr old and a 5 year old.  I try to get up by 5:45 every morning, then drop the kids off, work until 5pm, pick the kids up and hope to be home by 6pm.  Then it's homework, dinner, clean up, maybe laundry or get ready for the next day.  I don't usually hit the pillow until 10:45 or 11pm.  Nevermind that the rest of my house is a d-i-s-a-s-t-e-r area because there's no time for that!  lol!  I'd like to say it gets better, but you can see from the above parents live a hectic life.  If you can afford to take the time then it wouldn't hurt to be rested up, but I would still wait a bit longer.  :)

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