Tracie ReinikkaI am pregnant with my third, due on September 9 and already have a 3 year old girl and a little boy who turned 1 in January. I have the most rewarding job working 24/7 looking after my gorgeous kids and don't plan on stopping work any time soon and am looking forward to my "promotion with higher duties" in 7 months time! Steph VincentI would of loved to work full term but no1 would hire me so iv put myself into alot of education instead so i can start a career in a few years its not easy being a single mum to be. Amy Heselwood I worked full time until 36 weeks and completed my university degree during my first pregnancy. My baby girl decided she couldn't wait to see the world and came three weeks early! This time I plan to work until 35 weeks in case the next one follows in his/her big sister's shoes. I'm hoping to have at least six months off, possibly ...nine months before returning to work. I plan on continuing and progressing my career not only for myself but to show my children that it is possible to have the best of both worlds as a woman - family and a career! If it's something you want to do, you just have to be prepared to fight that little bit harder than our male counterparts. Of course it helps that I have such a wonderful husband!
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