My first day back to work was yesterday!! I missed my baby so much and it was so hard to leave her but I did it!! It was so good to see everyone. My work is very fast paced so I also had a hard time finding time to pump.
I'm a sports injury therapist. I am hopefully going to start chiropractic school next spring. I already got accepted. I had gone through my orientation and everything the week before I found out I was pregnant so I had to put it off. What are your plans for working after you have twins? It was hard enough going back with one. I couldn't imagine it with two!!! Do you have family nearby that will help?
No worries. I honestly don't know right now. Iay give them massage therapy a go. Be my own boss work what I want to. Until I can find something more stable on a check lol.
My dad and Nana live on the same property so very close lol. Thank goodness for that.
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