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Sep 14, 2008
nicholas'smom
Back to Work-Keep Fingers Crossed
HI all-I am back to work tomorrow after an extended maternity leave due to all of Nicholas's issues. Daddy will have both boys tomorrow all by himself (minus a little help from mil when he takes Nathan to speech therapy). Keep your fingers crossed for his sanity. I just don't think God gave men the patience or the ability to multitask that he gave women. I'm sure the house will look like a tornado hit by the time I get home. Of course, as long as everyone is alive and well and relatively sane, it'll be a good day!
Sep 14, 2008
stickybean
I am Jacky, mommy to Joslyn Olivia (April 2008) and Katelyn Isabel (November 2009).
Joslyn was dx'ed with Silent Reflux with breath apnea at 5 days old. VERY SCARY!
Katelyn is a spitter reflux baby. Started at 3 days old as well. (Both were/are breast fed.. symptoms came on when my milk came in).
Joslyn has been reflux free since she was 12 months (suffered poor weight gain for a few months) and Katelyn is now on Zantac... waiting to see if it works.
ohhhhh good luck!!!!!
Sep 15, 2008
engin117
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Wishing u the very best with your return to work. U really said the truth about men not having multitasking abilities. I know what u mean when u say coming home to a house that looks like a tornado hit it.
I dread doc. appts. for myself because DH keeps Meggy and the house, and all my hard work of organization feels destroyed when I come home.
I believe in letting children explore, but this has a whole new meaning. LOL
Sep 15, 2008
amber f
Good luck! I'm sure dh will step up to the duties. Mine does when I'm not here to do them.
Sep 15, 2008
elysabethsmom
Sharon, Mom to Elyse, 17 mos (15 mos adjusted-preemie). Zantac/Elecare. History of: Respiratory Distress Syndrome with ventilation/CPAP/cannula, tpn, n/g tube, PDA, jaundice, apnea, bradycardia/tachycardia, severe anemia, blood transfusion, reflux, Sandifer's Syndrome, intestinal malrotation, hemangiomas, MSPI, feeding issues. ICU inpatient 53 days! 2 surgeries, 2 UGIs, barium enema, pH probe, endoscopy. Developmentally on target now! PIC: Yobaby Beard
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Are you excited about going back? You are a PT, right? I used to enjoy the "break" of work, but as Elyse gets better and better I miss her more and more! Plus, I work with kids, and a lot of them are as opinionated as her!
Check with your
doctor first!