I’ve gotten a few posts prepared, and I had a plan for “What I’m Loving,” but then a job offer got in the way. Short story: I work from home, which is a blessing. However, I got an offer for a short term contract that is really an ideal semi part time offer. I didn’t want to make the “daycare” decision until our E man was 1 yr. old. But, here is this offer that came not once, but twice to my door.
I have no idea how this will pan out, but our E will be in daycare (that we like, visited, and is a part of our church) maximum 4 days a week. Both of our schedules are flexible, so we are going to work to help him be in daycare less. Ahh. Regardless, this mama has been a MESS. It hurts the heart, even though he probably won’t even remember. Plus, it is a short term contract, so my husband and I agreed that this will be a “trial run” and if I don’t want to do it again, we won’t. All I can say is: Best for our family, right now (My only little bit of “new” parent advice…this is how my husband and I have learned to roll).
Theme of Parenting: I thought pregnancy was hard, until I went through two day labor/C-section. I thought labor and hospital visit were hard, until I had to comfort and feed my newborn. I thought having a newborn was tough, until I had to figure out going back to work. Friends, I’m getting that, this – the parenting, does not get any easier.
So! Any Daycare tips and/or advice? I know he will have to have everything labeled…any good places to go for stickers/clothing labels, etc? Things that we will need or want to have him take? Also, I’m worried about his nap schedule – and good tips for helping him with that? Thanks in advance!
Now, for more fun tidbits!
San Pellegrino Aranciata. This is a delightful drink for beating those ridiculous temperatures we’ve all been having lately. Serve it in a cocktail class to make it even more swanky. (Or fill up a beer glass half with pilsner and half with San Pellegrino lemon for a refreshing toddy).
Jack Rogers in platinum. Classic, comfortable, go with literally all of my summer outfits.
This picture explains why I wish I could just G-Chat Reese and have her be my very best friend. Outfit: Classic. Comfortable. Stylish. And do I spy one of those J.Crew snap totes from a few years ago (of which I have about 3)?
Bought this dress from Land’s End Canvas two weeks ago. I followed the reviews and this does have a generous/comfortable fit. The material is a like a stretchy pique knit. On sale now for $34.99. So glad I bought it. Cute enough to feel pulled together and comfy enough to run around with my infant and bear the heat (i.e. not show the glow of sweat).
Love Sheridan French’s blog. Fabulous style: I want this vest she blogs about in her latest post.