Originally Posted by becksteracious
are you going to continue to work as a nanny after you have your baby? Of so, will you bring your baby with you? I'm curious because I am a full-time nanny also (for two year-old twin girls) and I've been (almost constantly!) thinking about what I will do after I have a baby. (The baby has yet to be conceived, of course.
) I absolutely adore the kids, the mom is vegan and totally understands my food choices, and they pay me well. I'm not sure how they would feel about me bringing a baby with me, though. Anyway, I always love to hear about what other nannies do/plan to do once they have their own kiddos!
I'm in Canada, so I get one year paid maternity leave. Sadly it is only 55% percent (or is it 60%?). My plans was to work the 10 months and take maternity leave, they are well aware of my plans. I wasn't planning on going back to work for them, but then again, I wasn't planning on going back this time either. It is so hard when you just love the children. Anyways, I might be able to cover 1-2 days after my maternity is up, between their kindergarten and play schools, but hope to be full on doula mama by then
If I didn't have maternity leave, I'd go back with a family or start my own daycare. I don't think I'd go back to a family with three children and my own, but I could see myself with twins.
What are your plans.
minor update. I'm spotting and was super pms'y the other day, so I'm sure AF is on her way into town. I'm still heavy hearted but happy at the same time because I'm excited for our real trying time
That said, af isn't here yet, and I might jinx myself even more just by saying these words. Ocean
So sorry to hear AF came.
Maybe we will be close enough to be cycle buddies. Actually haven't we been before?Soy
I will not cut out soy unless I start to feel like it might be causing issues, or it takes longer than 6 months to conceive (which it wont!). I eat a lot less soy now than I did before, and I'm feeling better, although it is more a whole diet thing, not just the soy, yk? We have it in our coffee and then maybe 2 times per week with dinner. Also, soy butter spread. We make our own milk most of the time or have almond milk.
Thinking of all the TWWer's.
s BFP's please.
Any other Vegan TTCer's going the UC route?