Today, your school let out early and I had to pick Pookah up and bring him home with me while I worked.
And while I am so so grateful that I can do this now, that I work from home,
I feel guilty.
Because for the next two weeks, he will be doing a lot of this.
Because I must keep him occupied and STILL work.
He’ll be spending a lot of his time playing games, watching TV, and playing on the iPad in an attempt to keep him occupied while I try to get things wrapped up before and after the holidays.
I’ll get a reprieve a few days when CDub is able to take off or work from home a few of those days.
I am grateful, I remind myself, that I can at least be here. That I don’t have pay someone to watch him, that I don’t have to juggle taking time off that I don’t have. That he and I can have lunch together everyday.
This month, that is motherhood.
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