It's working for Belynda C
"Paternity leave needs to come a long way. It's not an emotional or an equality issue. It's a requirement for two parents to get rest and be functional. "
Start saving for daycare LONG before birth if you can. Also, plan on pre-k being expensive or inaccessible depending on the time of year your child is born. Missing the cutoff adds a year to your pre-k wait.
I left my job at a company and started freelancing.
Breastfeeding triplets long term wasn’t in the cards for me, but I tried for about 6 weeks.
As a friend put it, “When you have kids, time is the first casualty.” Being torn between home life and working life (especially working from home) is a huge emotional and logistical challenge.
That I could feel so miserable being torn between two worlds.