It’s December 31, 2014–the last day of the year. Not that I’ve had much time to myself lately, let alone time to think, but I have been reminiscing about the past year and trying to distill what I’ve learned into a brilliant post for you to read and carry into the new year. To my
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I don’t identify with the cliche “I was born to be a mom.” I thought once I’d given birth, I would feel differently, but I don’t. I was born to work: read, research, analyze, communicate, report, present, troubleshoot, manage, consult. I’ll be the first to admit that the first 3 months of mothering have been
Why is it that I read all these mommy blogs and very few (I can’t think of any) talk about how damned hard it is to parent a newborn. Yes, I’ve known about the sleepless nights. But what about when your newborn is already 6 weeks old and he’s crying his eyes out and he
Parenting is no joke! Prior to this, the most tired I have ever been was pulling all-nighters, investment banking-style during an M&A deal at work. I considered bringing my pillow into the office, but there wasn’t any time to put my head down! Well let me tell you, caring for a newborn is way worse.