Tell me about that time you survived having two little ones at home
But now is NOW, and we're all happy. We and the doctors are confident Lizzie's lingering medical issues will resolve in no time. My activities are restricted for a few more weeks, but I feel back to normal 90 percent of the time. Mamie is Big Sister #1, on duty to help with diapers, bottles, pacis, and toys at all times. We are all extremely fortunate that Nick could take a whole month of paternity leave -- I know few people have that luxury.
On Monday, that month ends! I'm not the first person to be home alone with a toddler and a baby, but it will still be a first for me! I am trying to substitute organization for confidence. I am reminding myself the babysitter comes on Wednesday and Thursday, so it's not like I really am on my own all week. I am surveying the internet for tips related to this situation. I welcome all advice, motivational quotes, expressions of solidarity.
- OK, I'm not 1/10 as anxious as this mom was.
- "Just remember everything is temporary!"
- My own brilliant advice for not feeling trapped by your toddler also applies to not feeling trapped by two kids!
- "It really does not matter if (she) spends three months parked in front of the telly."
It's hard...I had a 15 month old and a 6 week old and we thought it was a wise time to move from Atlanta to Atmore! You will survive - although you'll wonder how more often than not! Prayers for you!ReplyDelete