It's working for Olivia Leon
"Take time for yourself. Have brunch with your friends, go to a movie, or visit a museum. Once the baby arrives, your free time will vanish."
Don’t stress. It will be easier and better than you think. Enjoy being pregnant. Accept seats on the train from strangers with a kind smile and thank you. Take time for yourself. Have brunch with your friends, go to a movie, or visit a museum. Once the baby arrives, your free time will vanish.
I was almost five months pregnant. I was nervous my boss would hold it against me and take me off the big projects. I told her that I was already putting together a binder of info for the person who would fill in for me while I would be on maternity leave to minimize disruption.
The company did not have a generous maternity leave option. I took eight weeks, and I wish I could have taken more time.
My husband. He did everything he could to make my transition back to work as smooth as possible.
I had a cookie with a big glass of milk every afternoon. I felt like the milk was good for me and the tiny bones I was growing and the cookie was a reasonable treat.
I never expected leaving for work in the morning would be so hard and finding a way to balance my career goals and family life would be so much easier!