James and I just had to make the most difficult decision of our lives. He was offered a job that will take care of us financially in every way and allow for both of us to be an active part of our childrens lifes without having to struggle and continuously make sacrifices. The only problem is that he has to leave the day after tomorrow to another state for training for two weeks. Baby is due on the 27th, but I am between 1 and 2cm currently. We are hoping the baby won't come before he gets home, but we both know it's a possibility. I know there are a lot of women out there whos spouses are over seas and such and will be when their babies are born. We both wish he could be there, but know in the end we have to make this choice. It will allow him to take time whenever he wants to be with the child after this and gaurentee that I won't have to go back to work and can be home with our children. Plus we will finally be able to pay off our debt, build up our credit and get things on track again. Anyway, I just wanted to share. I'll let you know what happens.
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