It's working for Heidi Y
"I was worried about juggling time with Evan and time for my business. I was worried about losing my independence (and it goes on ... )."
Prep EVERYTHING in advance, as much as you can. Meal plan, pull out your clothes, kiddos, etc. the night before. Pack your work bag and have everything by the door!
Honestly I didn’t and SO wish I did – almost none of my local friends in SF were having kids so I had to figure it out on my own. Which is part of the reason I started SpitfireMom.
I took off about 2.5 months with Evan, and less for Noe – but with both I was still directing my team who was covering for me.
The juggle and hustle. And that while you think you have time in the evening to make up for the time you are (prepping/pumping/getting kids from childcare) you likely will just want to crash on the couch!