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I read your first my post about working full time and studying, I'm the exact same.
At first it was a strange feeling not working but now I love being at home hopefully will get to stay at home untill she's 1.
How's your little one going with milk/ solids/sleep?
He's got seven teeth so he can chow down on pretty much anything now, as long as it's not crunchy. I make food for my grandfather too, and he only has the top set of teeth so everything to him is too hard to eat, even scrambled eggs. But Thor can gum scrambled eggs, no complaints lol
We just joined the YMCA and they have a child development program. The first two times we went he cried his head off, but he was good today. Another mom there said her son cried too, but if you keep taking them they get used to it. I wouldn't mind working if Thor could come too. How many jobs are like that, besides babysitting? My chiropracter had her infant daughter with her, but she was the boss. It's tough for us regular folks.
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