April 14, 2007

Separation anxiety.

I am dreading the day my daughter will start play school. I am finding all sorts of excuses to not let her fly the nest anytime soon. So I could relate to this touching post by Fuzzy.

There have been days and times during this one year where I have longed to get back to work and now when the time has actually come near I am feeling sad that the year is going to end.I had a wonderful time watching little baby Ina soon to turn into a toddler.I am now worried how will I stay away from her and go for work.I will surely miss her terribly,miss all those little naps we took,those leisurely walks we went for,the stories we read and games we played,the songs we heard together and danced to,I know by the end of the day I will still come home to her and she from her daycare and we will still have fun but it would still not be the same way as being around 24/7.

Hats off to all the working moms who take the tough decision to leave their babies first. I cried when starting school, college and even work. I realize I have issues!

5 comments:

karmickids said...

I started going back to work when Krish was 3 months old, though it was hardly proper work, just a couple of hours at our own agency...but my heart broke...since I have tried to maintain a pretence of getting into the office everyday but the fact remains that my schedule is dictated by his, and I am actually a SAHM pretending to be a WOTHM....LOL. I think we need our kids more than they need us, and while they have no choice in the matter its best to stay with them, once they are adolescents they're not going to want us around anyway....

Fuzzylogic said...

Thanks for the link Boo,I was pleasantly surprised to find it here!

The Mad Momma said...

arrey.. you know my thoughts on this.. the last time we went to a daycare i started crying and the OA had to bring me home in disgrace... ppl must have thought he was beating up this fat pregnant woman and her baby and making them cry!

artnavy said...

fuzzy took me down memory lane in this and i have done a post recollecting my moment

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