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unless they are offering you money so you can stay home that is.
What if you have to miss so much work do to high sugars or low sugars or when they get sick? Now you are going to lose your job.Any input.
Some of you remember my year last year. Between Joe's D, kidney stone disease (13 stones last year passed) his dramatic weight loss and the terrifying search for a tumor that thankfully did not exist, I was a mess. I'm given 4 weeks a year and still went 2 over. My employers stuck by me even when the majority of the time I was there I was distracted and basically insane with fear. For the first time ever I cried at my job. Sit down with your employers, explain what is going on. They can't help if you don't tell them. Let them know it might be rocky from time to time but if they don't give up on you they will have a loyal employee who will work to the bone for them.
there's no right way to do it. If you feel comfortable and its working for you guys, you shouldn't feel bad about working. I think its great that you can still balance everything. I think moms or dads who choose to not work after a toddler or other child has been dxd w/d is because of not having those same things you mention you do have, like adequate daycare...My advice is to do what works for you and your family.