my husband wants to join the national guard because he cant find a job. we just had a baby (he is 6 weeks old now) and my husband lost the crappy job he did have. he thinks this is the only way out. i just couldn't handle him going away for 4 months and always being afraid of him getting deployed and not seeing him for like a year. i don't want that kind of life. i actually just thought of moving in with his mother who is a bit annoying and drives us crazy sometimes, but she means well, and she lives alone in a house with plenty of room and i'm sure she would like to have us there. i thought maybe we could live there until he gets his cdl (which he has also considered doing) and gets a steady job and i am ready to go to work part time and we are really on our feet ... i think this is a better idea than him committing to national guard for 6 years ... what does everyone think?
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