12 Weeks Post Partum

If I was returning to work, yesterday would have been my first day (technically at 11 weeks and change but you get the drill). In my head, I can’t even imagine going to work right now. My life is still upside down and there are new adjustments every day. Halley doesn’t nap anymore during the day so I’m on with her all the time. Our living quarters are a mess and I’m lucky that I can get dinner on the table every night. That’s my accomplishment. Let’s change maternity leave, let’s give moms a chance to spend precious moments with their children and learn to deal with motherhood on their own terms. It is the most rewarding experience of my life and I’d have to think it’s the same for others.

Do I miss going to work? Hmm. To be honest with you, doing my job was 1000x easier than being home with my daughter every day. Sitting at my desk, making phone calls, writing thank yous, etc. No problem. Would I like to work? Perhaps if it was very flexible, from home or part time and local. But going back to a full time job right now just doesn’t even begin to make sense in my mind. More power to those who can and/or want to. I’m not cut out for that stuff. I could barely leave my baby for a few hours to go to wedding (and I was leaving her with my sister).

How did you feel about going back at 12 weeks? Did you?

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3 thoughts on “12 Weeks Post Partum

  1. I was supposed to go back to work a few months after I had my daughter but luckily things worked out to me being able to stay home. I couldn’t imagine leaving my daughter and going to work. Though I do agree work was much easier than being a mom, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything 🙂

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  2. I was supposed to go back to work a few months after my daughter was born, luckily I’ve been able to stay home longer. I couldn’t imagine leaving her and going to work. But I do agree, work would be so much easier than being home, I wouldn’t trade it for anything though.

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