I'm sorry that you're having a tough time missing your daughter. I'm fortunate enough to only be going back to work for 2-3 days a week, and even then my Mom is going to babysit my twins for me. She's actually helping us raise them. She comes over nearly every day, and when she doesn't, we go to her house. She's so excited to have these babies in her life. She and my Dad have waited a long time for grandchildren.
I can't wait to go back to work. My babies are very demanding. Erin has really severe colic and screams nearly every night, sometimes for hours. James is a mimic. He hears his sister crying, and it tears up his nerves so bad, that he starts crying too, LOL!
You must have a very sweet, precious baby girl to be missing her so bad. How is she adjusting to her day care?View Thread
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