not been in the mood...


Not been in the blogging mood lately. I go back to work next Monday. Although I'm looking forward to getting back into the office environment, and the thrill of starting a new job (i'm being seconded to another organisation for 2 years to do a different job), I'm so terribly afraid of how much I'm going to miss the 2 little ones that have been keeping me occupied for the last 5 months. It doesn't help that their personalities are beginning to show, they are always smiling and babbling constantly.

So, i'm spending every little moment of my day with them, or stoning, watching tv, reading or napping. Little luxuries I'm sure I will not be able to indulge in once work starts.

So...

Laterzz......

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Pretty Eveel Adventures: not been in the mood...

Monday, June 27, 2011

not been in the mood...


Not been in the blogging mood lately. I go back to work next Monday. Although I'm looking forward to getting back into the office environment, and the thrill of starting a new job (i'm being seconded to another organisation for 2 years to do a different job), I'm so terribly afraid of how much I'm going to miss the 2 little ones that have been keeping me occupied for the last 5 months. It doesn't help that their personalities are beginning to show, they are always smiling and babbling constantly.

So, i'm spending every little moment of my day with them, or stoning, watching tv, reading or napping. Little luxuries I'm sure I will not be able to indulge in once work starts.

So...

Laterzz......

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

zee boyz are so cute!! geram, betul!!:0)

June 27, 2011 at 10:36 PM  
OpenID fangirlyness said...

It will work out. I was just telling Irene (Marymount) the same thing. She's also stressing about going back to work and her Ashley is a tad younger than your boys. Usually, it's the babies that settle into the new routine with less fuss and tears than the mummies! Were you guys putting the boys into daycare of some kind? There'll be a period of adjustment, but it will pass. It's a rare family unit that can survive on one income alone. When they're older, they'll know that mum and dad worked to provide for the family. And I don't need to tell you how pyschologically assisting it can be to work. Also, your boys are positively surrounded by loving family and you have a great support network. All will be fine :) *hugs*

p.s - man, your boys are so pretty!!

June 28, 2011 at 7:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yea, what Son said : )

... and then imagine the feeling of coming home every day.... What a joy! Jess x x

June 28, 2011 at 12:52 PM  
OpenID swan said...

full time work?

June 29, 2011 at 1:30 PM  

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