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Back To Work I Go

Posted on: February 22, 2012

Well it’s that time. I go back to work Monday and I am having bitter sweet feelings about it.

I am so blessed to be going back to my old job, where I worked for almost 5 years,. I LOVE this job, the company, and the people. I am super excited to be using my mind on other things than my boys and having more adult interaction. It will be nice to get out of the house and when I am home have quality time with the boys instead of just the quantity of time.

But, I am sad and anxiousness about missing them and not getting to see their cute faces all day long. I am nervous about the big transition this will be for our whole family as we adjust into a new routine. Being a working mom and all the duties and responsiblites that it entails makes my heart start racing and my hands shake.

But I am excited.

But I am also sad.

I have a thousands different emotions in a matter of seconds.

I am so fortunate that I have supportive family and friends that will be loving and watching the boys while I am at work. These people not only love my boys but they love me and hubby just as much. They are so happy to help my family through this time. Hubby and I feel so blessed to have such wonderful people in our lives!

So we are in for a big change and the transition will most likely be hard and last at least a few months. Yet this is good, so good. God has paved this path for me and I couldn’t be more thrilled. My family is in God’s hands and His hands will take care of us.

Wish us luck next week and we could definitely use the prayers!

3 Responses to "Back To Work I Go"

You, hubby and the boys will have our prayers and love. Change is always hard but you can see Gods hand prints all over this change. How fortunate that you can go back to your old job, with people you know and co-workers who know you. I hate being a newbee at a job and learning your way around as you go. Bottom line is that you will be fine, hubby will be fine, and most importantly the boys will be fine (kids adjust to new situations more easily than adults – adults worry too much).

Good luck! This is a big transition, and for me was one of the hardest things I’ve had to do as a parent (so far). You’re very lucky to have such a great support system- just knowing that your boys are well taken care of while you’re at work will go along way in helping you to settle back into work.

Thanks so much Taryn for the thoughtful words and support! It will be difficult but it’s the best thing for our family! Thanks again!

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