The biggest thing that I have to fill you in on is that I resigned from my job and am officially a full-time wife, mother, and homemaker.
It was a difficult decision, one that my husband & I discussed possibly hundreds of time.
It is definitely a leap of faith, but there have been numerous things that have occurred that make it seem as if God was laying the path out for us. Some things were giant stones along the path, others were tiny pieces of gravel filling in the cracks, but all of them seemed to be pointing the same direction: me staying home.
It's definitely been an adjustment for all of us.
The most uncomfortable part for me was waiting to officially resign. Even though we decided partway into my leave, for policy technicality reasons I had to finish my leave, return to work, put in a full eight hours, then leave. Keeping it a secret from my
I cried. A lot. After 10 years there a lot of those people felt more like family and friends than co-workers.
And there is a huge part of me that wanted to stay. Especially with all the changes at work. My company is relocating, and my division is headed to Michigan. Not that I want to move to Michigan, but I hate not being there for this major development.
Anyway, so far staying home is amazing. I literally cry at least once a week with happiness. I'm still getting the hang of everything, but it's great.
It would help if our routine would stop changing every couple of weeks, but for right now, that's life.
Just as a quick picture, right now my routine consists of going to a fitness boot camp several times a week, taking Jena to piano lessons weekly, and... homeschooling Jena. Plus all the infant care, chores, housework, etc, etc, etc that go along with it.
I'll try to post more details on each later, but I at least wanted to give you all an update on the biggest development since having the baby.
As always, thanks for checking in!