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I just thought I would start a thread for us wives girlfriends partners of OH that work away alot. Do we just get on with it like we're single parents. Please share your experiences with me and any advise is really appreciated. Thanks j Hi Julie, my oh does not exactly work away, but he does 12 hour night shift (6-6) 4-6 /Week 2 weekends. I only work pt (30h/ week) tiptoeing round everyone& never do enough housework, having to keep kids & pets in line for him to sleep. My husband works away from home a lot, when he is home he works in London leaving the house at 6am and returns at 9pm. I have two boys under 5 one starting school in mid September. I remember feeling like that when my kids were very young. Iv told oh if house is a bit more messy at moment thats life. Its all new to me as its only his 2nd time away for a long period. She was right of course but I couldn't because of hubbys hours. More so recently could be my hormones ,was diagnosed with spd so this pregnancy is harder and I am not as mobile as id like as it can get very painful and frustrating. That was a difficult lonely time as hubby started nights. But not long to go,its just so frustrating,at least I dont have to go work.When he is "on shift" I do describe myself as single mum with a lodger. Both boys have recently been diagnosed with Autism so it's no easy gig and we have relocated from London to the East Kent Coast this year so I'm pretty isolated to! Iv been watching lots of box sets to occupy me and spending time on netmums Weather has been horrible here so my kids have not minded being in as much this summer x Ahh I can imagine that must of been really painful having to stand up alot and having a one year old to look after too ,must of been a nightmare.We do have special family days- otherwise we would live beside each other. I have tried to negotiate one day a week when he's in London he comes home early but it's never worked out. Honestly didnt realise how bad spd was...until I got it.I've given up to be honest, if work is so important to him so be it.. I like walking too but just cant do it much at moment,it is very frustrating.I should add I also work part time from home 10/15 hours a week around the children so often work late at night and survive on very little sleep. Hopefully will be ok to start jogging with dog in January (when I plan on losing baby and xmas weight lol) I did go physio they didnt say much I hadnt read online, tried belt but didnt make much difference so she said dont buy one.We have become quite distant in all this time, I feel sad about it but I have to just carry on for the sake of my boys. Not waiting around for measly crumbs of cyber affection. She has left it open for me to go back should it get worse or if I need crutches. I could drive ds to nursery but that would be really lazy plus parking by school will be crazy Will you have any more children now?I miss London terribly, have found it very hard to make friends here but carry on trying to find the positive things about living by the beach.. I used to live in London, and moved away with ohs job. My husband works in other countries doing contract work. Oh that sounds so Lonely I must admit me and my OH have a fab relationship although I feel lonely alot of the time so does he, he dosent like working away at all but have to do it for the penny's mabe you ladies should try a lovely one night away with just you and your partner? Tina that sounds so lonely xx Hi ladies, can I join in too? I remember a time saying to hubby not to go to work and bursting out crying. It's hard to make friends, if you somewhere new & a little bit shy. Its all new to me as its only his 2nd time away for a long period. My OH works away Monday to Friday somtimes more, im a STAM to say am bored is a understatement my little boy starts big school next week and expecting a new baby beginning of December so I'm dreading the few months at home completely alone haha my house will be sparkling ! So when he's away he's not home till the job finishes. My 2 kids are 7 and 9 so they can basically mind themselves. My OH works ridiculous hours (4/5am til 6/7pm) 5 days a week and sometimes Saturday's, he also has to go away for a week or two here and there. I got myself an office job, just to get out & away!! I just thought I would start a thread for us wives girlfriends partners of OH that work away alot. Do we just get on with it like we're single parents. Please share your experiences with me and any advise is really appreciated. Not that they're ever on their own but they don't need constant supervision. Normally it's fine as I have a full time job working in child protection term time only so that keeps me busy! She was right of course but I couldn't because of hubbys hours. I regards to your relationship I found having "family days" every 3-4 weeks helps a lot... I'm currently 35 weeks pregnant and on summer holidays but the truth is I'm dreading maternity leave as I get so bored being a stay at home mum, don't get me wrong I'm so lucky to have our daughter and another on the way and I feel so ungrateful saying it but I hate being a housewife/stay at home mum! I remember feeling like that when my kids were very young.