So I have so much to say and so much to catch up on. Most importantly that the last 15 weeks of my life flew by in an instance. I can't believe I am just shy of having a 4 month old baby. FOUR. And I thought time flew by with the first one.
We're all doing great. I've been back at work for a month this Wednesday. We're still transitioning, some days are still tougher than others, but I think overall we're doing pretty darn awesome.
This transition back to work was so much easier than the first go around after my maternity leave with Mia. I struggled. I will struggle with this transition too. There will be more breakdowns and more consoling that my Husband will have to do talk me through. Most likely similar to the one I had just recently. Am I doing the right thing by keeping focus on my career and trying to raise two daughters? Will they benefit from my decision or will they despise me for it in the long run? Am I being selfish? Is this the right direction I am taking for my future, my retirement and more importantly my girls.
Oh and did I mention I'm 35 now too. OMGQRS! How in the world?
Life is so fast. It's so incredibly quick. I amazed with each passing year how much more quickly each one goes by just in an instance, just like that.
My Husband and I have been talking a significant amount about this lately. Considering making some changes. With my job and his business, we both work a ton. We have our flexibilities that come with our positions, but nevertheless we make a lot of sacrifices too. I have work trips and evening events that keep me away from home. He works 6 days a week. Our time together as a family of 4 is limited. I think this is normal at this stage of our life? But sometimes I'm just not sure.
I'm going to get back to blogging as best as I can. This is my happy place, but there is not a whole lot of me time right now AND? that is perfectly ok because these two are completely 100% worth it.
Be back soon and finally will be sharing Marlow's birth story.
Happy 4th of July week friends. It feels good to be back.