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"Don’t wait for everything to fall perfectly into place. If you want a family, just go for it. Life is perpetually a work in progress."
Don’t wait for everything to fall perfectly into place. If you want a family, just go for it. Life is perpetually a work in progress.
I chose to breastfeed for all the typical reasons (baby’s health, bonding, etc.). Luckily it’s been pretty easy for us, none of the allergies or latch issues that seem fairly common. We’re still going at 15 months.
3 months. I was sad and anxious about leaving our daughter at daycare, but also kind of glad to return to something I felt “good at.”
I think daycare is good for our daughter. She’s learning that the world is bigger than her little family, and she loves being around other kids. I think 4-6 hours a day would be perfect for her, not 9, but she’s thriving.
We work in Boston, but can’t afford to live in the city, so our commute is about 1.5 hours each way. I had to ask to go part time in order to make the daycare pick up and drop off times.