Friday, 13 January 2012

Being a stay at home Mom...

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 ...is so sweet. Too sweet, maybe. It's the greatest thing ever, but then you get all spoiled not knowing what day of the week it is and wearing pajamas all day, every day. But, the end is near for me, and I have to start thinking about getting myself back out in the working world. Blech.


I know I'll bounce back pretty fast, I like a busy pace anyway, always have...but it's more Ben that I'm worried about. Really worried. He doesn't seem to like change much. So, I want to spend the next few months incorporating changes slowly for him, to make it a little less horrible. I'll be looking closely at all the mom bloggers out there who seem to have this down for ideas and tips, and I'm going to read through this entire series


And...I'm going to try to get excited about this instead of wanting to cry in my room. No promises though.


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5 comments:

  1. :( don't cry! its daunting at first, I know it is. I work for myself so I had to head back at 4wks after J was born, but I also was lucky and had my grandma living 10minutes away from the office and the flexibility to work from home 2-3 days a week...plus flex hours. So I was rushing home every 2 hours for feeds and snuggles etc.

    the change part is hard I think. I have a friend who recently took her son to daycare and she actually spent the first few days with him there, and then slowly left him for longer and longer stretches. I think she took about 2 weeks to fully integrate him. I plan on doing the same with baby J when we make the transition from grandma's to montessori in the summer/fall.

    You will figure it out I promise, and you will be fine. You will work out your own routine that works for you. It takes a bit, and will ALWAYS be a work in progress because these little guys are always changing and evolving. The beginning is always the toughest. Try not to think about it now, and just enjoy your time at home.

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    1. Ha ha, aw well it's not ALL good, lol, but for the most part it's pretty sweet! Just trying to enjoy it while it lasts!!

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  3. Oh, this is such a hard transition! I am sure you will do fine and Ben will adjust. I hope it goes as smoothly as possible :) xxo!!

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