I am starting to look for work and it seems my search is over and will shortly be returning to the workforce. The job seems to good to pass up. It is an 8-5 job so I won't be able to participate in her weekly activities with her Early Intervention Specialist. Her step-grandmother will be the one to have the pleasure of meeting with her EIS. I loved the fact that I was at home with her and could be apart of the activities. We just had infant massage sessions and now are going to have mommy and me yoga. I'm just afraid I might miss out on the fun and beneficial activities for my daughter. How do I cope with this?? What can I do? Are there any working moms out there? Can you offer me any advice?? Thanks Again
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