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  1. Hi Momsie,

    I have been reading your blog, and its very informative and really makes me more confident to continue to scrimp and save to just get my husband on the Express Entry Band Wagon for Skilled Workers.

    Right now what we have are our IELTS and we are figuring out how to pay for the Educational Credential Assessment in Canadian Dollars. I just have a few questions I am really hoping for you to answer them- Pinoy Mom to Pinoy Mom πŸ™‚

    1. We have 3 kids, ages 15, 7 and 4 right now, and I just read your blog about Survival Jobs and that 1 breadwinner is not enough…
    Who were watching your kids at the time? and how did you manage… ?
    I can only imagine that you also had household help here in the Philippines or at the least family was always there to help out and your kids probably had yayas at the time too.
    So any advice, best practice and what to expect would be greatly appreciated…

    2. My husband is also in IT, are there any specific credentials that they are looking for there?

    These are the 2 that are really worrying me and the answers are all so generic… but based on your blog, I love that you get into the nitty-gritty of things… Love to hear from you soon. Thanks

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