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After being a full time mother for 11months I decided to embark my journey in my career and finally got a job .
My dear son will be in the care of a nanny but 1 thing is I will miss my son . And I won't have much time to spend with him except for after work and weekends . Right at the thought of me going to wrk and my son in other ppl's care , i just dont't bear . But you can never have the best of two worlds .
So how do you Full time working mums cope with this emotionally ?
actually for mi unless is someone i know i then fang xin to go work like last time my mother look after for mi then i go work all along until recently then never work nia.. but after time goes can slowy get used to it.. since office work should have more time, i work that time oni spend less then 2hrs with my kids .. cos long hours n oni 1 off day for 2 wks
Cyn, i also have this problem... especially after the 3 months maternity leave... even till now i still think of my dear son.. and i will try to rush home after work to see him and play with him... some times when i miss him i will just look at the videos and photos of him in my hp hehe hehe
I just started few days ago.
On the 1st day, i went back to my mom's place cus i really miss leroy a lot. Upon seeing him, i cried immediately.
I really do miss him
Now, i've learn to treasure more time with him.
Back to work for more than 5 mths, i still misses my dear son alot .. Sigh!
Everyday i will rush home to him & when he smile at me it really melts my heart and i forget all my stress at work !
if you dont miss your children, then something must be wrong....
But if we have no choice but to work and help support the family... just 'ren' ... what to do... after work then kiss kiss more ... hehe ....
My hus help to bring kids go sch and deal with them after sch too..
And my boi seem to not as close to me ...
But.. bo mian .. work , got $$ can bring them out or buy them lots of thing that they want.. Then they would be happy ....
Indeed.. i do miss them too...
I will be starting work on Monday . Few more days left as a stay at home mum to accompany my son . sigh .
Understand your feeling.... what we can do is to spend quality time with our little ones..... cherish the moments together with them.....
I just started my ML only and the thought of going back to work makes me miss my son already!
I cant bear to leave him and not care for him for so many hours!
Cos from his birth until now, I been the one who is caring for him... feeding, cleaning up, changing nappies etc.
My mother in law is only helping me with the laundry and cooking. All chores related to dear son I am doing myself so I feel very close to him.
I really cant bear to leave him to go back to work. SIGH
honestly, i dont really miss my boy alot at work cos i'm so busy at work. it's onli during break time then will start to miss him.
if he's home, i'll call home to chat with him or log onto the internet cam to see what he's doing. if he's at school, i just look at the timetable n wonder what he's doing
but recently he suddenly very sticky to me n want me alot, so will try to finish my work early n go home earlier to play with him
Empty vessels make the most noise
me just quit my job to take care of baby... we are financially quite drain after a sudden paycut on myside after i got pregnant.. n hospital billl baby stuffs... but i'm very determined to be with baby for her first year minimum...even if tht means i;m gonna live on bread n water... sometimes i feel bad cos i wont be able to get her flashy toys... but I will make sure I will be her best toy ever. I seriously cant bear to leave her not even one hour.... no matter how drained i am. haha 1st child after 2 miscarriage and 2 years of non ovulation... what to do... seriously addicted to her!
I admire your determination to be there for your precious girl. It is not an easy decision to leave your job for family.
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Cheers and have a good week ahead
Any mom has vacancy for jobs that dont require too much ot? Really cant bear the guilt feeling doing ot..., my employer dont seems to understand..
Are you interested in online biz? Im having the same problem as all of you. i want to spend more time with my kids but at the same time i also want to earn extra ongoing income to help burden the family. recenlty i just joined an online biz. im an unfranchise owner now. whats more, you do not have to keep stocks, manage orders,etc.
Why im doing this is because I am preparing for my future and my kids' freedom to enjoy the fruits of my effort. this biz can even go to my kids if anything happens to me.
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My daughter is 10 years old and I am a full time working mum all the way till now. In my case, I missed my girl dearly after the two month's maternity leave. But I know my girl is in good hands. After sometime, I realised quanlity is more important than quantity. Hence, I always call out her name at the door when I am home. Give her a tight hug and tell her how much I miss her in the day. Ask her how she is in the day and a lot of heart-to-heart chitchats. I started bedtime reading when she was about 2 years old. We are still very close and she understand that it is important for me to work in the day to put food on the table. I told her I have a job to keep and her job is to study hard to keep me going on too. I used to be an inpatient person and jump into conclusion very fast but I have changed now because I realised that I am not only a mother but also a life mentor to her. One of the quality for mentor is to be able to listen and deduce. I am still learning how to be a good one. I am enjoying the growing up journey with her and I hope it happens to you too.
Btw, something sweet to share with you... I have asked her to read to me when she is able to read a few words and slowly I told her that I look forward to her short story every night. Subsequently, she plays the role of a teacher and I am the good little girl sitting there listening to her. But all children are unique, I am just lucky that she likes to read. I have friends that encounter difficulities even to settle the child next to them. But somehow they have workout other ways that suit their kids. But I also understand that there are mummies who needs to work OT. Some of my male friends also help their wiwes to play the role. But dont't worry, 天下无难事，只怕有心人!