Monday, March 28, 2011

The Hardest Thing

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Today I did the hardest thing I've ever had to do: I went back to work. I never imagined it would be so hard leaving the Bambinos. When I first found out I was pregnant I figured I'd take 6-8 weeks off because I wanted to get back to work to make money. Toward the end of my pregnancy I decided on 10 weeks, three weeks ago I changed it to 11 weeks and I'm still not ready to go back!

I didn't cry like I thought I would when I left. But then when my GM looked at me and asked how I was and if  the separation was bad I actually teared up! What a big baby I am! Oh well, I'd rather be home with my babies anyway.

5 comments:

  1. It IS hard!!! Real hard. Who is caring for them? That makes the biggest difference in the world. If you are comfortable and confident in the caregivers...all of this will be a lot easier. CRAP...I did not get my lil sussy/pick-me-up mailed out in time. I knew I wouldn't. I suck as a pen pal, but I still wanna be yours....good luck on your 1st day back! It should fly....hey! I said SHOULD.

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  2. I went back at 11 weeks too....and it felt WAY too early. I will say that it does get easier...but it is always hard to leave them :(

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  3. Thanks for the support ladies. They're with my sister so I know they're in good hands but it's still hard! I Wish I could be a sauntered that still makes money somehow.

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  4. *stay at home mom, not sauntered. Stupid autocorrect.

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  5. oh hun :( i'm sure it was hard to leave the little guys!
    i'm already dreading the day i have to leave my little guy and he's not even here yet.
    my sister will also be watching my baby, nice to have someone you trust and that's family.
    i wish i could be a stay at home momma too though!!

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