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Life goes for a spin when you are a working mom with a schedule that doesn’t allow you to even think of yourself sitting and watching a little monster’s new activities daily.
- Always try to find a good babysitter in the mid of your maternity leave (don’t wait for it to end).
- If you are lucky and have some help from home, then ask for it for a month prior to your joining so that baby acclimatises to the new person.
- Start doing 30-minute exercise daily from the fifth/sixth months itself. (don’t wait for a miracle to happen to your body without your efforts)
- Yes it’s hard to say bye to the baby when you join but don’t make unnecessary calls back home to check up on the baby (this may irritate babysitter/family members). Control your urge and imagine your baby must be doing fine. After all, they also care about the baby.
- Always keep a photo of your baby and family in your pocket, and whenever you get bogged down with work or peer race, just have a look (it will actually bring a smile to your face calm you instantly).
- Never hide and run away from your baby. Tell them goodbye daily and try saying to them “mumma will come back with a toy or puppy”. This way your baby will start waiting for you and will wave a goodbye when you leave.
Pack your bags mama and stay strong. Remember, don’t make your baby your weakness. Instead, make baby your strength and feel proud that you are a strong mama (serving the nation and nurturing a baby). Only the lucky ones get to do so!
All the best, show your colours and feel enriched every day.
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