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Joined Feb 9, '04 - from 'Somewhere in the midwest'. BittyBabyGrower is a Nurse of course!. He has '30+' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'NICU, PICU, educator'. Posts: 1,813 (19% Liked) Likes: 1,013

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  • Jul 29

    Where I work, that would have got you a trip to HR and maybe fired, especially if it was going on in a patient care area.

    She he has new nurse smarty pants syndrome and you have to learn to ignore it. No cursing at co-workers!

  • Jul 27

    I hate to hear when a pet is returned, I volunteer at our shelter and it is sad to see them returned, and they usually don't fair well. Pets and kids aren't impulse "buys". But better returned than abused or neglected.

  • Jul 26

    We are up to 7 guys and love it!!! They relate to the dads so well and we have a group that meets
    just for dads run by our guys! This is great because we work in
    a large inner city hospital and has really helped some of our
    dads see their potential of becoming an important role player in bringing up their baby!

    Our guys can help with breastfeeding and kangaroo
    care with the best of us!

    So go for it!!!

  • Jul 25

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 25

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 25

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 25

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 25

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 24

    I hate to hear when a pet is returned, I volunteer at our shelter and it is sad to see them returned, and they usually don't fair well. Pets and kids aren't impulse "buys". But better returned than abused or neglected.

  • Jul 24

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 24

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 24

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 24

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 24

    Sit down, lay out your financial situation and ask if he really thinks it is possible to keep going on part time salary from both of you, look at cost of benefits, childcare if applicable, household expenses, etc.

    Is their another healthcare system near by? A lot of people I work with commute 40-60 minutes to come to work as they live in small towns.

    If he can't pass NCLEX then you need to tell him that you are moving to look for a better job. Marriage is a two way street and sometimes the male
    ego gets in the way. If you keep butting heads about this, your marriage is going to go downhill quickly with both of you resenting each other. A big sit down talk is coming.

  • Jul 23

    31 years ago, I did spend more than I had as a nursing student for sure! After working for 3 months I bought a brand new car, new clothes and moved out. Fast forward to a year and a half into my career, I fell and had a severe break of my tib/fib, I was supposed to be moving to NC with my roommate, well guess what, I ended up back at home with my parents (thank goodness for
    them), and still had those bills to pay. I had 6 weeks paid sick time, and about half a year's salary in the bank. After 6 weeks it went unpaid. My long term disability kicked in, but it wasn't my full pay. And in the time between being unpaid and my disability, I had to shell out money to keep my benefits. My ankle took 2 surgeries to repair, months in first a long leg cast then a short leg, non weight bearing for 9 weeks and I had to go back at 6 months due to my job being on the line. I went back 2 days a week....talk about being poor again! I also had to postpone my wedding due to lack of funds.

    Moral of of the story....don't spend spend spend right away, put away money for at least a year. I don't know what I would have done without my parents help. Buy yourself small things that you want, but be careful with credit and large purchases!


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