Well if I am being honest, I kind of hate it.
Ever since Alice and Isla were born I've contemplated how I would ever go back to work. I look at their gorgeous little faces and tear up even thinking about dropping them off somewhere else day after day.
I'm not sure if I would feel differently if I was actually passionate about what I did. I think I would still feel the same way. I know that people say that having children changes you and I always assumed that it would. I just never realized how much it would change me.
So while feeding, changing, soothing and playing with our babies I am also caught thinking... constantly... about how I can not go back to work.
Andrew, the engineer that he is, has laid it out on the line... excel style. The main issue being... can we afford this?
I am debating such things as taking in more children... yes that's right... daycare, starting my own company as a professional organizer, lifestyle consultant, freelance writer, wellness coach or working as a consultant in what I know but loathe... recruiting.
I have close to a year to get this together but I need a plan now... or more like yesterday.
Any ideas? If you have children do you work or stay at home? How did you make this decision?
I just can't imagine leaving them.