My work is along the lines of Sew_sweet's. I'm technically doing 3 or 3.5 days a week in the office, but I just can't be arsed and I find the desk so damn uncomfortable. My boss pretty much knows that I'm doing very very little, but I don't think he minds or he'd have said something. He's encouraged me to work at least one of those days at home, which does not exactly do wonders for the productivity. Only 4 weeks to go, 13 office days!
I will be working until labor begins for sure! I own my own bakery and its a catch 22 sometimes. I need to be here as much as possible to work and make sure I can show my girls how to do somethings that I normally do when the baby does come, but then I can also sit down when I need to or get up and walk around when I need to. The worst part is my decorator is also pregnant and due about 6 weeks after me. Her and I are the only 2 decorators so I will feel a little rushed to come back to full duty after little man arrives so she can go have hers. Too bad I probably wont be getting my 6 weeks mat leave but have to give her a full 6. BOO!
Uh I'm working till this babe sends me to the hospital! Though working is a relative term. By working I mean I am sitting here at my desk chatting on various forums - and when the occasional work comes in - I'll do it.
Hahaha yes this is what I mean by "working" too. Today I have not done any actual work, and it's 2:30 PM already.
I finish next thursday, would be willing to do more but my company requires you to finish no later than 3 weeks before your due date. Kind of hope baby comes early as I want as much time as possible with LO before returning to work.
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