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> We cannot afford to make this a permanent life-style choice (my wife
> is a teacher), and I do significantly enjoy working as a fully
> employed tech writer. Given the financial ability, though, I think
> I'd choose to have my wife and I take turns being home full-time for
> three to six month intervals.
Or, as the economy improves, you can start looking for a job like mine. I
telecommute 100%, which makes me sort-of like a house-husband. My wife is a
stay-at-home-mom, but when she needs help loading up the twins in the car, I
come downstairs to help her. Or when she takes one out of the tub and needs
someone to watch the other, there I am. It's a pretty neat arrangement. (Who'd
have thought I'd have my dream job by age 27? :o)
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