Sunday, August 12, 2007

Time to Make the Doughnuts

I returned to work on August 1st. The last time I had been at the office to work was the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. I remember stopping by my secretary's office and mentioning that I was going to swing by my OB's office on the way home for a "peace-of-mind" check-up because I just felt a little off. That was over eight months ago and now, after a week and a half on the job, it almost feels like I never left.

So far, returning to work has been a relatively low-stress transition. I am working four days a week and out of those four days Trevor will be home with Fletcher three days and my mom will watch him one day a week. Of course I miss Fletcher like crazy when I am gone, but I think it is good that he is getting so much one-on-one time with his dad.

I even got to show Fletcher off to my work colleagues my first day back as the firm just happened to be having an ice cream social that afternoon and Trevor brought Fletcher up to meet everyone.

Here is a picture we took when I got home from work. Think I was happy to see my little guy?

5 comments:

Lisa said...

Thank you for the comment on my blog. You have one handsome guy there!!! I look forward to reading more about you both!

Bolline Family said...

Congrats on going back to work! Love the picture, so sweet. You asked about umbilical hernias, we ended up not needing to have them repaired as they are finally just about closed up on their own. So one less owie for them was good.

Lisa said...

Erin,
Would love to email you but can't find your address. I think mine is on my blog. I look forward to hearing from you and hope to see some new pictures of your little man soon.

Lisa

Katy said...

Hey--I wanted to tell you since you left a comment on Lisa's blog about this: Where I am they have a doctor called a pediatric physiatrist--they specialize in things like botox and baclofen pumps for kids. The one in my area is also a pediatrician, so he has lots of availability unlike those specialists who can see you in like a million years.

Marc said...

Thanks for the kind words about Mira. You also have a handsome looking son! Mira also sees Kim through CCVI and has been for a long time.

I created the pictures with some digital magic (photoshop) - we had a series of pictures of her rolling aroung on her pink blanket and was able to paste together some good shots.

Hope to run into you at the next CCVI parents' meeting!

Best regards -

Marc