No more work for you!

(That is to be said just in the fashion of the soup nazi from Seinfeld)

Today is my last day of work for 6? 7 months? Maybe more…maybe less…who knows! No more having to you know, shower and blow dry hair and wear shoes with heels and clothes that look half way decent. The getting up early thing? Well Daise is an early riser so I will still be up before 6 most mornings I am sure (bring on day light savings so at least it will *feel* like I am sleeping in until 7am!)

Me being the strange creature that I am will probably miss work next week. I have loved coming in here everyday to this job that I was lucky enough to stumble into the week that I found out I was pregnant with this little one. I work with great people – particularly some fabulous women – who work, and have kids, or are trying to have kids, they have just been great company and made my weeks fly by! What a great thing to work in a company that supports a real life AND work. Yes, I will miss it.

BUT….I am also so so so so excited about just being a Mumma again. No more juggling (well different juggling) and even though I have NO doubts that the tiredness and bitching and moaning will continue about something at least it will be a different routine for a while. Some new material for you all. A change of scene. I am SO ready for it.

It doesn’t seem like that long ago when it was my last day of work before I had Daisy. I know that this is all going to fly by at some ridiculous speed, and while this could be the last babe we have I want to try and slow down, enjoy the last stages of pregnancy (well as much as you can) and soak up that newborn that only stays that way for such a short time. I want to remember how Daisy is with him/her, how our family changes from 3 to 4, how I feel, all of it (good and bad, frustrating and overwhelmingly happy) just so I can lock it away in my heart. I am looking forward to sharing it all with you too. I know that people actually come here and read. Are interested. May even care about us. And that’s pretty cool I think. It’s going to be quite the adventure and I’m ready if you are?

Now? Well perhaps not right now, but soon? Champagne to celebrate – no more work! Woop! Woop!


  1. How exciting! I’m so looking forward to the work to mummy transition too.

    I look forward to reading all about your family becoming 4

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