Hubby and A have a new routine: when they get home after he picks her up from daycare, they share a muffin. It’s an easy snack food, she likes muffins, and any time we can get her to eat, it’s a win. Hubby takes special pleasure from sharing meals with A, so it’s a nice way for them to share some time together before I get home.
Yesterday, as usual, Hubby went to A’s daycare to pick her up. Like usual, he chats with the caregiver about how the day went, what she did, if she napped well, and so on. After a couple minutes, A turns to the front door and says, “Bye bye. Muffin.” All this talk was keeping her from muffin time with Daddy, and we can’t have that. 🙂
I feel wiped today. I wasn’t up particularly late, though I did have a tough time falling asleep. I was busy last night organizing A’s bag, packing her bottles, making my lunch, and laying everything out that I would need today. I knew that 6am would feel pretty early and I wanted to just grab and go.
A slept until 7am, as usual, giving me plenty of time to get ready before rousing her. I dropped her off with Grandma and Grandpa for a day of getting spoiled, and made my way to work.
The new office is great. My coworkers were very welcoming. I was kept busy for most of the day, and for that I’m thankful. I didn’t get to dwell on A’s absence, there was no time. My new job will be quite time-sensitive so there won’t be much time spent gazing out the window, wondering what my daughter is up to.
I was pretty anxious to get home at the end of the day and the bus just didn’t go fast enough for my taste. I came home to hubby cooking dinner and A in her high chair, pushing food around and chattering away. It was lovely to get back to my family.
I will survive being away from A. She will be going to daycare for the first full day tomorrow so I hope she has as easy of a time as today. Grandma and Grandpa will have her one day a week, which is a wonderful opportunity to build a relationship with them. But, as hubby pointed out, daycare will be her first chance to build her own relationship with someone. It’ll be a great experience for her, no doubt.