I have always been a working mum, but this time it just feels a lot harder emotions wise. I go back to work - full time in a month and I keep feeling like it will be the last time I will see our kids!! Stupid I know, but I was really enjoying "stuffing" around during the day with our youngest who is almost 7 months, watching my favorite soap (yes I know tragic, but I love the Young and Restless!), dropping off and picking up our eldest (6 YO) from school and of course making everything ready - dinner and bath wise for when the 2 YO triplets got home from day care so that everything ran smoothly in our household. Then there was cleaning the house (laundry that I can never keep on top of!) and my volunteer work!! Hang on minute - work is sounding better by the minute! Oh well its just crazy emotions I sposse! I know there are heaps of you mulitple Mums out there doing the same with just as many kids if not more! My hubby is supportive and he will now be doing the running around plus part time work so as long the kids get one of us at their full attention at all times then its a good thing for them. Wonder if there are any other Multiple Mums that feel this from time to time when they go back to work full time? Im know once I start I will get over it,I just think its a Mum thing!!
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