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Its survey time !!

(137 Posts)
Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:33:53


1. What is your 'parenting' state
(a) Stay at home mum - totally
(b) Partly SAHM (Part-time/Freelance work)
(c) Work full time

2. What is your weight
(a) Underweight
(b) Within healthy range
(c) Slightly overweight
(d) Overweight
(e) Very overweight

Thank you

Lonelymum Fri 20-May-05 10:34:35



Potty1 Fri 20-May-05 10:35:18

1 b

2 b

hunkermunker Fri 20-May-05 10:35:23

1 - b
2 - b

suzywong Fri 20-May-05 10:35:26

a and b
do I get entered in a draw for a timeshare in Croatia now?

Gwenick Fri 20-May-05 10:35:34


1. a,b and c - I'm at all home all day, am director of music at church (part time), and work 'full time' on the business

2. c - did manage to get down to b a few weeks back but piled some back on with comfort eating

Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:36:42

Theres always one, Gwenick. You can be (b)

Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:37:19

By the way I am

1 c

2 c

Lonelymum Fri 20-May-05 10:38:18

Flum, you work full-time????!!!!


You are always on Mumsnet aren't you?

Gwenick Fri 20-May-05 10:38:32

nope definitely a combinations

suzywong Fri 20-May-05 10:38:33

Gwenick I have always wanted to know if your ecclesiastical colleagues have any idea what you and dh got up to in the woodwork room that day

Gwenick Fri 20-May-05 10:40:41

yes some do suzy - the newly license pastoral assitant knows all about it (and some bits that haven't made it to MN ) - but then she is one of my closest friends LOL

Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:41:03

Well I come to work and I am here full time. I just don't do very much. Unfortunately/Fortunately my screen cannot be seen by any other staff.

You may note that I have only been on here all the time for about a month - since I gave my notice in actually. As of next week I will be a SAHM and clearly to busy drinking coffee and baking cookies to chat on MN!

Lonelymum Fri 20-May-05 10:42:07

And playing with your child too I hope? Oh and don't foget those scintillating M&T groups you can go to!

Potty1 Fri 20-May-05 10:42:31

Look forward to hearing even more from you then Flum

suzywong Fri 20-May-05 10:42:32

sounds like a fun church!

so what do you do then flum, give us SAHMs a link to the outside world and tell us

BadgerBadger Fri 20-May-05 10:43:05

1. b ? (SAHM, but train 3 times a week for future job)

2. No idea, can I borrow your scales pleeease? a guess I'd say b leaning towards a

Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:45:09

I'm a very unfulfilled Chartered Accountant. But I used to be a Holiday Rep for years and was much more fun then. Now I just irritate my colleagues by going on about how BORING auditing is all the time. Last week next week though yahoo!!!!!

suzywong Fri 20-May-05 10:46:47


tell us a few holiday rep tales then

bonym Fri 20-May-05 10:46:54

1a (currently on mat. leave but will probably not go back to work!)
2b - but would like to lose 1/2 stone!

Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:49:53

On another thread Suzy gladly, had to give it up or I would kill the next person who told me they had 'paid good money for this holiday' when it was 49quid off teletext.

I need this thread to fill up so I can indulge myself in a pretty spreadsheet on whether or work or home makes you fat/thin

Flum Fri 20-May-05 10:53:14

Answers please, don't be shy

Hulababy Fri 20-May-05 10:54:01

1 b
2 c

Lolasmum Fri 20-May-05 10:57:33

1 c
2 b (but 32 weeks pregnant - answer applies to back in November....)

Flum Fri 20-May-05 11:03:37

roll up roll up

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