Stay at home mom

I recently quit my job to stay at home with my babies and I have to be honest it hasn’t been easy. I’ve been working since I was 15 and I’m used to having my own income. Plus, it was a job I really loved. Now I depend on my husband’s income, even though we have everything joint, it’s still a change. I have to budget. Before I could go shopping and know that it was ok because my income was just extra. Now I have to be careful of what I spend. I have also been adjusting to the home life. Sometimes it gets depressing, not going anywhere for days besides taking & picking up my son from school. The days seem to be flying by literally and I feel like I can’t get a handle on things. Some days I get so much done then other days I can’t get anything done. I’m definitely still learning how to be a good stay at home mom and my husband is beyond understanding. What I do know for sure is that no amount of money is worth missing my kids milestones. I absolutely love being able to raise my kids, see the new things they do every day & be available to do things during the day which I didn’t have time before. I can take the kids to the doctors, therapy, attend parent teacher conferences and not have to worry if I have enough pto to take off work. I definitely don’t regret quitting my job. I think about the future and I want no regrets so I chose to raise my babies instead. I know not everyone has this option, but if it’s possible for you and your family, trust me, you won’t regret it. Much love,

One thought on “Stay at home mom

  1. You’re right! Being a mom is tough, nonetheless a stay-at-home mom. Kudos to you for quitting your job, being able to is a blessing. I have learned from being a working mom, to a stay-at-home mom that there are never enough hours in the day! My to-do list is ongoing but it always will be. Sometimes we’re too hard on ourselves 🙂


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