Thanks everyone for your comments and thoughts (and humor, always appreciated
I'm still really upset with this. I just feel very, very invaded by the school right now. Partially its because there have been issues before (the woman in charge of housing came into our house once, completely unannounced, while I wasn't home, and proceeded to comment on my housecleaning. Yeah, like a single lady has any idea what its like to be a full time law student and mother, and to hell if breakfast dishes are left on the table until dinner time
: its none of her business). When she came in, she violated FL statutes, except her excuse was a clause in the lease saying that the landlord may enter at any time if "life, limb, or property" is in danger. Which I'm guessing is what they would have used to interfere with my birth, had they had the opportunity. And these UA violations are very upset that they didn't have a chance to disrupt my very private act of birthing. I can only imagine what they would have done had I not consented to their involvement...the housing lady made a veiled threat before of calling CPS. Also, last week we just so happened to get a code enforcement person from the city coming by, the timing was, shall we say, perfect for them to have called in a complaint in a retaliatory way. Because we are using the carport for storage
Uggh. And for the record, Flapjack, none of this is to provide social support at all, the school is definitely not concerned with HELPING here, just interfering. I really wish they were interesting in making life more livable for the students
So here I am, three weeks postpartum, homeschooling for the first time, trying to struggle through a few credits of law school classes, and looking at classifieds for houses we could rent, dealing with code enforcement breathing down our necks
: It makes me so frustrated and angry. Anybody have a hug? This is what leads to ppd, I tell ya. It's not the birthing that causes the problem, it's the crazy world which doesn't take care of families that's the problem.