• B
  • WI, US
  • 2 months ago

New job woes

I just started working full-time and I feel like I’m missing out on so much already. How do you cope and still feel like you know your kids? *edit: I’m not interested in work-from-home offers. Thanks!
  • T
  • NY, US
  • 17 days ago

I start working when my baby was 2 month. It was very hard but with time it gets better (I keep watching him in my phone through live camera). Camera helps a lot!

  • C
  • ENG, GB
  • 23 days ago

I work 30 hours have 4 kids and study a uni course. It’s hard juggling time but just making the most of time you do have together is great x

  • K
  • TN, US
  • a month ago

It’s important to remember that you are working to support and provide for your family! That’s parenting too. I also wholeheartedly believe that my little one gets so much out of daycare. She’s socializing, learning and playing, and she is advancing so quickly. I personally love getting out of the house every day and working. It recharges my battery and makes me a better mom.

  • M
  • UT, US
  • a month ago

So I’m just starting that journey, but something I try to do is be more present with my kiddo when I’m home. She’s 1 and at the stage where she is very much a mamas girl. So I try to do fun things with her like take a trip to target or some days we just cuddle up and read a bunch of books. Find something that you can do with each kid when you’re home and make that time special

  • N
  • AZ, US
  • a month ago

I work "part time" (they just call it that so i dont get benifits) but its 5 days a week, so i just cook clean and then all the rest of my time is on my daughter.

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