Ramblings of a New (working) Mom …

Emily Charlie Henderson

Well Charlie is 3 1/2 months old now and I’m still suffering severely from postpartum obsession. I just love this little mush pile so much. Not every day is perfect, certainly, but when I’m tired (often) and frustrated  (often enough) I just think about how things will not always be like this. Someday he is going to be grown up and will probably call me WAY less than I want him to and visit even less than that.

It makes me so grateful every single second that he is my baby right now; that he looks at me with nothing other than pure innocent love, that he needs me right now more than he needs anyone else. I don’t annoy him ever; I am the best! I am his person and I’m not always going to be that. I don’t want a day to go by that I don’t hug him, kiss him, squeeze him and appreciate the fact that I have his 18 pound mushy body in my arms. Everybody says cherish every day because they grow up so fast and I’m really really trying to do just that. 

Because even though his crying can be frustrating at times, at least I get to be the one that soothes him and that will not always be the case.

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But work is nuts in a good way and its been super hard emotionally to know that there are some days/weeks/months that I will not see Charlie nearly as much as I want to and possibly as much as a mom should. Last week while we were in Austin for SXSW I was working 9am – 8pm for the first five days. Brian watched Charlie and would come bring him to the site so I could feed him and hold him for an hour at a time, but by the end of the five days doing that I was bawling. It just wasn’t enough. He clearly was preferring Brian over me. Brian made him smile faster and bigger, he knew more about how he was doing/feeling/napping, he had more special daddy/son games that he played with him, and I was super sad and pretty jealous.

Brian and CHarlie

It made me want to almost give in and say, ok, since I’m the breadwinner maybe I just need to come to terms that Brian will always be preferred over me, he’ll always be the one that knows him better and maybe that’s just our life. It made me realize that this is how most dads probably feel and that is why they often take a back seat. It’s not giving up, it’s just acquiescing to a situation you think you can’t change. And maybe you can’t. It’s almost like, well, if he is going to prefer his mom then I should work really hard to be the best provider possible – to do ‘my job’.  You can’t really compete so you focus your energy playing a different game.

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Except that then I spent 8 straight hours with him the day after we finished the installation, without Brian, and I realized  that I CAN change that situation. I’m his mommy and he still loves me as much as his daddy – not automatically, but If I work at it.

Permanent damage wasn’t done. I still knew how to make him smile and do his ‘almost laugh’. He still laughed at the jibberish song about body parts that I sing, he still coos when my hair falls in his face. God, I cry just thinking about it. But it did take much-needed time. I could tell that by the end of the day with him we were wildly more connected than we were at the beginning of the day. I felt so much better and resented the whole situation way less. It made me so sympathetic to women who a. HATE their jobs because I at least love mine, and b. have to have full-time nannies because at least I’m only jealous of my husband. It’s a champagne problem to have, truly and I know I’m really lucky. But it doesn’t make me cry less about it at 10pm after work when Brian says, ‘He’s talking so much more these days’ or something else totally innocuous not meant to make me feel guilty but it does. It’s not like I missed his first steps or first word, but I might and it’s heartbreaking.

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Anyway, most weeks won’t be like that but it was my first taste of  mom guilt – even though I wouldn’t change a thing. I want to keep working a lot and I have a ton of awesome upcoming projects so without dropping too many cliches about work/life balance I’ll just say that I’m working on it.

Charlie

My new years resolutions this year are mostly TOTAL failures and I’m fine with it. I was on baby crack when I wrote them. Hormones must have taken over my brain and I was delusional when I thought I could accomplish all of those things. I actually want to delete the post not because I’m embarrassed but I don’t want others to think that these things were actually accomplishable with a family. Readers may just land on that page and not read this post and then feel bad that they are accomplishing less. I was living in fresh newborn/christmas heaven and I apologize for how easy I made it all seem.

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The real life balancing act is a total fantasy. So for now I’m taking it day-to-day, week to week and I’m sure we’ll figure it out. Or maybe we won’t. But until then I’ll be grateful that I still get to soothe my little baby when he cries. I get to snuggle and feed him 5 times a day and yes sometimes at 5am. I know I must come across a sentimental mess, and I probably am, but I just feel so grateful that he’s my little baby. Now, I just need to figure out how I can make it so that he never, ever, ever grows up.

All those pretty photos by LK Griffin photography .Hair and Makeup by Danielle Walch 

  1. Debbie C

    Emily, thank you for being so honest about your struggles! I remember reading your resolutions and thinking to myself that if you accomplished them all I’d truly be amazed! Even as a stay-at-home mom I often feel like I can’t do it all, and a lot of days I flat-out fail. You have such a great perspective of being in the moment, soaking in what you can now and not dwelling on the hard parts. And…I LOVE these photos…so beautiful!

  2. Rachel

    Thanks so much for your honesty. We don’t have kids yet, but more than likely I will end up being the primary breadwinner when we do. I have some of the same fears you express, that the (imaginary, for now) baby would love my husband more than me. That breaks my heart! But it also reminds me that both parents can be intentional about connecting with their kid when they are available. Like you said, we can’t get discouraged and take a back seat !
    This is just about the most helpful thing I could have read this week, after a serious discussion with my husband about what the heck we will do if/when we have kids. I have seen very few perspectives from a female breadwinner with a male partner taking care of the baby. Thank you!

  3. Alison

    Oh lady, what honesty. We’ve all been there–working moms and stay at home moms alike, in different ways (and in the same ways), with the mom guilt. I’m a full time working mom (attorney), and it is NOT easy, but I just want to let you know that I worried about the same things (we all do), and now my kids are almost 5 and 3, and they love me as their mom just like 5 and 3 year olds whose moms stay home. How do I know this? I just do. Mom intuition. My husband also works full time as an attorney, so they’re at school during the day, but they still love us best. Charlie will also love you best (he’s a boy–trust me on this one, nobody will ever look at you with such great love as Charlie will/does). Treasure that relationship between Charlie and Brian as much as you can, not everyone has that. He’s a lucky little boy, and thanks for still showing up here on this blog, it can’t be easy with that gorgeous little creature lying around. Good luck, lady. You’ll be fine. The hormones will subside, you will see that all is well with your beautiful little boy.

  4. cynthia

    Yes, it is all challenging, but you know what? You really dodged a bullet: What would you do if Charlie didn’t look so good in blue? He might have thrown off your color palette! I guess you’d just photograph him in black & white; he looks great that way too!

    It is tough to have those emotional days, but you have just the right response. Make up for time away with time together and focus on relishing what you have. You are kind to share your struggles. They resonate with so many.

    • Karen

      Those first two sentences just made me laugh out loud. Excellent perspective :). Everything feels so strangely permanent when you are a new mom — like 5 days working will/could change things permanently. It ALL changes so often and so much as they grow… even if you were home everyday, there will still be phases where he loves Daddy best. And then that will change. Keep doing what you love — a happy, fulfilled mom is the best thing a child can have.

  5. Andrea Harner

    beautiful post, Emily.

  6. Katie Richards

    Brian might spend all day with Charlie and that would give him a special relationship but I can promise you that Charlie will be excited out of his mind to see you when you come home! I stay home with our 18-month-old son and my husband works full-time plus some. I might kiss injuries and change diapers but he wants nothing to do with me when my husband comes home. They are best buds and he just wants to play with his “Dadeee!”

  7. Beth

    You are so a perfect sentimental mess! You always write so poignantly on what it’s like to be a new mother. You seem to really be able to put words to feelings that are mostly so indescribable. And I don’t think there’s any such thing as a baby bonding more with one parent than the other because of amount of time spent. It’s all about the quality, not quantity so much. You seem like you’re doing a great job and crying and laughing in just the right amounts!

  8. Chausey

    Welcome to Mommyhood! First, you are such a gorgeous family and your baby is absolutely precious. Second, please let me offer you some advice (I am a Marriage and Family Therapist) since you give me the best design advice in the world. I would have more positive thoughts about how you want your future to look with him. The one you described of him resenting and avoiding you did sound depressing. I believe we create what we think most about. How about a life where you two are deeply connected and remain so throughout your life? Sounds sweeter to me. I was in the hospital for 8 days when my son just turned a year. I cried as my baby wanted my husband and felt I lost valuable time bonding with him. I irrationally thought it was somehow a pattern that could not be reversed. Like you, I quickly shifted it. I have a 7 year old son now who is completely connected to Mommy and Daddy. We are as tight, as tight could be. Sending you thoughts of finding a peaceful balance, where you let yourself off the hook for being human! You have a community that loves and supports you. You are an incredible Mommy. All you have to do is read your thoughtful posts and see the love in your pictures. Enjoy the ride, I find each new chapter is better than the one before. And remember, he only has one Mommy and he chose YOU! Blessings!

    • Emily

      REALLY good point. I actually edited it because it did sound really dark and i didn’t mean it to be. It just goes so fast and for someone who is so busy its easy to not appreciate it but that helps me to do so. thanks so much for the advice/comment. xx

    • Jill

      That’s really lovely advice. I can sympathize with Emily but don’t have kids yet. In fact, that’s been a struggle for us and reading your advice to Emily resonated with me as well. Instead of worrying and stressing about when we will get pregnant again and if it will stick, I need to think positively about it to “create what we think most about.”

  9. Nancy

    You look so beautiful Emily, and what you are going through is COMPLETELY normal, and yes the hormones are talking, but that is all normal and it will all smooth out over time. No one will ever replace mom, and if you had to take him to day care you’d see the same thing, and that person may not even be family! You are lucky that Brian is home to take care of him!!! You really are blessed and you will always have Charlies heart- you just wait and see. Little boys LOVE their mommies, no matter how many balls, tractors, man stuff he gets from dad, you will have his heart, you’ll see… xoxo Nancy

  10. April

    No matter how much you hugged and held your baby, when you look back you will always wish you did it more.

  11. Ali

    Such great pictures! My youngest “baby” just turned 5 and as a stay at home mom (that feels blessed to have that opportunity) I often beg them to choose their dad over me. Haha. He is a firefighter and works away from home a lot. I call him a “novelty” because he gets to swoop in and have all the fun. But, in the end, even though he gets to be the “fun” parent, they still cry for me when they get hurt or aren’t feeling well. I am what they need during the not so fun times, and I am ok with that role. And, I am FUN too, they just don’t notice. Lol. Keep up the good work mama :)

  12. Alicia

    My heart goes out to you. We’ve all been there. The journey to your authentic mom-self is an evolution. I have 4 1/2 year old twins and I am still learning, growing and adjusting to find that balance. I think more than anything when we are with our beloved babes we give them our utmost attention, which you obviously do. You make him a priority, again stating the obvious. Charlie is lucky to have such a gifted and talented mama who inspires so many. He will get to experience so many things other kids won’t because of what you will be bringing into his world… look at his amazingly fantastic nursery for goodness sakes. At the beginning there are a lot of firsts, it seems daily they are learning something new. As that wanes and they can communicate, I bet he’ll fill you in on everything he’s experiencing. Take one day at a time, do your best. That’s all any of us can do. Oh, and keep squeezing that lil cutie! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  13. elizabeth

    OMG, your post is very meaningful, but I’m totally distracted by the second to last B/W pic if Charlie. SUCH a cutie! Makes me want to have another baby. Wait – was that the point of your post? How easy babies are?! ;)

    • Pree

      You must be out of your mind to compare an Interior Designer like Emily Henderson to two talentless DIY dorks (their words, not mine) like Young House Love who buy everything on clearance, with a coupon and spray paint the sh*t out of everything. Please stop drinking the YHL kool-aid and see the disastrous decisions they are making to their gorgeous home, if that isnt sufficient please see their dinky homerama showhouse.

      Oh and those hooks are cheap-fall-apart- shit, will soon hit the clearance racks at Target. I, for one don’t believe that they took 3 years to design this shit. And lastly, YHL DOES NOT HAVE A TARGET LINE. They have teamed up with Liberty and liberty has items selling at Target

      • Sally

        Pree – what’s with all the hate? And the negative energy? WOW. Let it go…

  14. Debora

    I am sitting here at work reading your post. My guy is 4 and I am 7mo pregnant with our second one. My husband works nights and took care of our first one during the day when he was a baby and will do the same with the second baby. I TOTALLY get what you are saying. I feel so jealous of my hubby at times even now that 4 yr old is at school because of my work my hubby gets to drop off and pick up. I feel like I miss out on so much. I try to remember that I was raised by a working mom and I had nothing but respect and admiration for her and her career. Unlike so many others who can’t we get to have these awesome partners who are dedicated to parent these babies as much as we are. When I get home from work I get the biggest hugs and I have been trying so hard to make every moment count when we are together. God bless you for being so honest and open. This whole thing of balance is a matter of perspective and I have decided that if my family and I are happy it is all balanced.

  15. jenb

    Please stop worrying! It’s hormones making you feel insecure and anxious. I promise (I’ve been there twice myself and I am a working mom as well). Your baby does not prefer either one of you! You don’t have to resign yourself to that idea because it’s not true. You will always be his momma and he is going to need you and love you. You will never be in second place. Don’t worry!

    (and I have to say I kinda laughed to myself when I saw your resolutions. I was like, wow, if she really can do that then she exists on a super-human level.)

  16. Trisha Gibson

    Here Here! Same boat.
    My husband stays home also, my girl is 8 and my boy is 5 now, and I have missed a lot of firsts. My kids have never gone to day care, for that we are sooooo grateful. WE raised our kids. Not everyone can do it and we chose to do without a lot to do so. I go away to conferences and when I get back, my 1 year old at the time wants nothing to do with me…for a day if that. They get mad, don’t understand, and get use to whomever is taking care of them. But as quick as they “forget”you, they fall back in love with YOU! NO worries.
    It is oh-so-freaking hard but at the end of the day they love me oh so much, I am their mom. My little guy gets mad at my husband for getting too close to me or saying “hey, I met her first!” He wants to marry me, daddy isn’t invited, and he is “going to love me even when he is a teenager!” Melt.my.heart.
    Welcome to the UPS and DOWNS of parenthood.
    Gotta go, getting an S.O.S. call because the kids are driving him nutz-o!

  17. Alison

    I’m reading this as I am pumping at work, while my 3 month old little guy is at daycare & can relate to this completely! It is so emotionally hard – some days better than others. Hang in there & keep sharing!!!

  18. I don’t have any babies yet but I’m pinning this post for when I do!
    I love my job and can’t see myself taking my full 9 months maternity leave (they give us 9 months up here in Canada!!) Thank you for telling it how it is. For being real and honest and not sugar-coating the whole balance of parenting and working!

    I started reading your blog this year and it is AMAZING! Thank you for making me laugh out loud at almost every post and in result me writing posts on my bff’s fb wall like, “I want Snoop Dogg to call my future baby Cousin ____!!”
    Stay gold!
    xo, laura

  19. Angie Sz

    It is so nice that daddy is getting lots of time with your little one but the bond between mommy and baby – especially those baby boys – well, it’s so powerful and can’t be altered by long workdays.

    You obviously love your work – lucky you – it will make you a happier mom for Charlie. The guilt is always there – trust me – whether you work or don’t. I think most moms feel like they are missing out in one area or another of their life…especially that first year. It’s so, so hard and exhausting. But you have the right attitude, savor these days…the stuff that is hard now does get easier…they stop crying and start talking, then they crack you up all the more!

  20. Brandy

    I read a long time ago that when mothers enter a room, babies are more calm, with sleepy faces and when Dads do the same, they are more alert with wide eyes. Its biological, Charlie can’t help it ;)

  21. Caro

    This reminded me of an article in The Onion headlined, ‘Laid Off Man Finally Achieves Perfect Work- Life Balance.’

    I think we would all be better off if we admitted, there is no perfect work-life balance. You just do the best you can day by day. Some days are better than others. Treasure those days.

    • Emily

      That is hilarious. Yes. Totally. :)

  22. Emily, you are an amazing mother, I can tell that just by how much this topic brings to the surface with you (and also, oh the hundreds of instagrams, little love letters on your blog, etc). I’m getting ready to leave my job in 6 weeks because my husband’s job is moving us to Germany. I’ve been a pretty successful wedding blogger for the last 3.5 years, but my job won’t come with me overseas, and it’s been really hard for me to come to grips with. My work isn’t easy, and it isn’t always fun, but it’s who I’ve “been” for years. Thank you so much for this post. It makes me realize that who I’ve been is Mallory. Is Mama. Is a loving and supportive wife. I’ve worked as a wedding blogger, but I’m not losing my identity, just leaving my job. And the job I’ve got on the other side of the Atlantic? Being Harrys mom? The best job in the whole wide word. xo

  23. Tanis

    I am a work from home mom to an almost 1 year old baby boy and I totally know exactly how you feel! My husband works from home too and we spend all day trading off Rowan duties and every time I hear them in the other room giggling I feel terrible that I’m not in there with them. Like I’m prioritizing my work over time with them. Or when he cries and I’m working so dad soothes him without me, it’s heartbreaking. I’m not sure that feeling ever goes away, and I think you’re right – work/life balance is a total myth! Better to just accept it and enjoy every single second you get to spend with your boy.

  24. Cami

    I just love this. You are not alone in your struggles, guilt, etc. I work full time too, and often worry about what I will miss and lament over the things I have missed. My oldest is 3 and I got lucky – all his major baby milestones I just happened to be there for – first time crawling, first time walking, etc. It’s like he purposefully chose to do them on the weekend just so I could be there. :) Kids surprise you when you least expect it!

  25. Mar

    You’re amazing! Sometimes the amount of time spent with a parent has nothing to do with preference. I know quite a few babies/kids who inexplicably prefer the parent they see less frequently- so don’t beat yourself up! Charlie is so lucky to have both of you as parents and is uber lucky to have one parent providing a lot of care for him. Both my husband and I work and I had terrible guilt (and still do) over the whole nanny/daycare thing. I think women are in a weird generational vortex of guilt right now where we feel awful regardless of what we’re doing or not doing. I hope society gets it figured out by the time our kids are parents!!

  26. I loved this post. Thank you so much for your insights into how dads feel! I’m a stay-at-home-mom and although my husband is amazing with the baby when he’s home, he only gets to see her for a couple hours every day (except weekends), if that. I truly never thought about how that situation might make you want to “give in” and makes me all the more thankful that my husband HASN’T given in!

    You are so lucky to have a nurturing and loving husband to be stay-at-home-daddy. I’m sure you’ll figure out how to strike the right balance for you. My baby just turned two and she rarely wants to cuddle now…it’s all go go go! So yes, cherish these moments when he’s just a little mushy ball of cuddles!

  27. Beth

    I’m on baby #3 and I STILL have not figured out how to make them stop growing up :( I haven’t given up on my 15 month old yet though! Thanks for being real and don’t ever worry that he likes someone more than you. There’s only one mom and no one can take her spot! I tell people all the time that you are living my dream life so it’s nice to know that it’s not ALL perfect :)

  28. Haley

    Love this! thanks for being vulnerable. I’m the ‘breadwinner’ of the family while my boyfriend stays home with our daughter. Some days are really hard and I feel jealous that my boyfriend gets to be a stay at home dad, but I always have to remind myself that at least she is extremely close and spending all of her time with her father instead of a stranger… and then there are those poop blowout/nonstop crying days that I am so happy I am not a stay at home mom.

  29. SC

    I’m a bread winning working mom w/ baby boy and 5 yr old boy (in LA, crazy busy job too). In my experience, the bond boys have to their mamas is cray. You’re gonna be so glad you have an involved husband to boy-it-up with him in ways you just can’t. The difference is beautiful. Embrace it.

    Also: Date night, date night, date night. Having adult time, makes parent time even better.

  30. Kelli

    Gorgeous family photos! It warms my heart to relive the baby days of my boys through your love for Charlie. So neat that Brian gets to be a big part of his life too. Your words are a testament to what a great mom you are to that little lump of love! Thank you for sharing your heart as you navigate through this time of your life.

    And thank you for giving up Charlie time to make the airbnb event so awesome! I went and it was a blast!! You and your team did an incredible job! I was so bummed to have missed you. Seeing Charlie would have been the best! :) I’m so glad you guys got to experience Austin and loved it! Can’t wait to hear more about it!

  31. Kathryn

    Don’t feel guilty. You are doing your best, and more importantly, all Charlie needs right now is to feel loved and secure. As a mom with a nanny here is an alternate way to look at it:

    1. It takes a village to raise a child, and I feel lucky that my child loves the person she spends her day with.
    2. A child’s love is not a zero sum game. Learning to love and trust different people is a good thing.
    3. Now that my child is older (18 months, she has been with a nanny since week 10), I am so happy that she has more than my parenting perspective. She is getting a wider variety of experiences, which is a good thing. She is so well adjusted, kind and talkative. It is not something I could have done on my own.
    4. While I do feel super regimented and scheduled, that is ok. This will pass at some point, and hey almost everything that is worthwhile requires hard work.
    5. Having a kick-ass mom is also a great thing.

  32. Maria

    i think he looks like his dad in the pictures.. :-)

  33. Deb

    Oh Emily, just remember, you are Charlie’s Mom, and Brian’s wife, and you created this little bundle of joy out of your love for each other. Never, ever, regret taking time for yourself, or worrying that Charlie will prefer Daddy to you. You will always be Mommy, and may I say, being the single mother of two sons, YOU will always have a place of prominence in who they choose to spend time with. YOU will always be recognized, even tho it might not always seem like that right now. But the lesson I’ve learned along the way is this: If Momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy, so there you go! Go forth and continue to conquer. You’re doing so well!!! Oh, and by the way, my 29 year old son and I currently share an apt and what are we in the midst of doing? Well, rearranging the bookshelves ala Emily, you know, like a mountain range, and doing an art installation on the wall. Makes all the difference in the world in our space, so thank you, for being you!!! And celebrate you, every single day. You’re the best!

    • Emily

      AHH, that makes me so happy. Everything about your comment is amazing. thank you :)

  34. Kasandra

    Great post! I really enjoy reading about your experience because my son is three months older and I can totally relate to the emotions you feel. We all have to struggle to find our way in our new roles. These challenges never end but we continue to push ourselves, unselfishly, to make sure our children receive the love, nurturing and support they need from their parents. You are a great mama and your son will always have a special place in his heart for you.

    • Emily

      THank you :)

  35. kelly

    This journey is torture, I know. I had every single one of those emotions, I cried at work for four months straight when I first left my baby. It does get easier but you have to work at finding the right balance. Very sweet post today, thanks for writing.

  36. Erika

    Guuuuuurl, fear not. Despite all their playing, cooing and bribing, daddies just don’t seem to have the same hold over our little men as we do. My hubs was lucky enough to be laid off two weeks before our son was born (wait, did I just say lucky? Cuz I almost shit myself.) and spent the next 18 months playing Mr Mom. I was wild with jealousy, but at the end of the day? Boys LOVE their mamas. My kiddo is now 2.5 and even though I’m still the bread winner*, let me tell you that when I walk in the door all bets are off. Why yes I’ll kick the soccer ball down the hallway/build tracks and race cars/sing the Little Einsteins intro with gusto/kiss your booboo/snuggle on the sofa! Not because he doesn’t want to do it with dad, but because he’d rather do it with me. I am under no illusions that his affinity won’t wane slightly with age, but for now, he’s a mama’s boy. And frankly, I’m totally down with it. (Good luck, future love interests!!)

    *Working in a less than fulfilling, Office Space kind of way. Boooo.

  37. Ahhh!!! I love the Honest Motherhood Club!! I am so thankful we are past the “June Cleaver” days of trying to appear and act like everyday is magical…that we can say this is HARD and even sucks sometimes AND admitting that has nothing to do with how much we freaking adore our kiddos. Every comment is so right on and I couldn’t agree more. My addition…I have decided “Mom Guilt” is like an annoying yet means-well friend. I think MG is what makes us such amazing moms:)…it’s what makes us google things when we think we have parented wrong, it’s what makes our heart ache and not care about anything else but being with our babes when we have been away too long… it’s what keeps us balanced…it’s what makes us love so big because as another reader said…no matter how much you hug and kiss you’ll always wish for more….and then sometimes you have to tell her to back off:) Thank you so much for continuing to share your honest story!!!

  38. Amy h

    If it makes you feel any better, I stay home with my kids, and they still often prefer my husband. It’s about 50/50, because he’s an involved dad even though he’s the breadwinner. He’s the one they call for when they are scared at night. I’ve found that kids need different things from each parent, and sometimes they need one parent more than the other. It always swings back, and as long as you love them and are mentally present when you are physically present, it will all be fine.

    • Emily

      That is very good advice. thank you xx

    • Kristen M.

      “…mentally present when you are physically present…” SO important. Well said.

  39. that’s all you can do. one day at a time. you’ll always be his mama no matter what (and if you figure out how to stop him from aging, please let me know… it’s killing me that my charlie is almost EIGHT?!!?!)
    xo

  40. Michelle Rao

    The best advice I have ever received, and ever given, is that the best mothers are the ones who care about their children and are happy in themselves. Try to take a step back from your guilt and realize that if you love your child, and are happy in your life and your choices you are actually doing the best for your son. He will learn about balance, feminine strength and so much more. And this is coming from a stay-at-home mom who is the daughter of a working mom.

    • Emily

      That actually made me cry. In my previous life I would have recognized that. I guess just right now my emotions are stronger than I thought. this week, however, is already wildly better :)

  41. Great post Emily. Being a working mom is no joke. So much harder than I thought – but so worth it. I think the greatest lesson I’ve had to learn as a working mom is to find ways to work smarter, not necessarily harder, so that I get to spend as much time as possible with the wee one. (easier said than done) Ever since becoming a working mom myself, I want to high five every other working mom out there as she’s sprinting home to make it in time for dinner or bath time. Go gettem’ mama!

  42. Kim

    I am SO thankful for how you share your life with us. This blog was so comforting and so eye opening. I am not a mother yet (hoping soon) but I work at a school, and I’m constantly catching myself when I have opinions about moms and dads and how they parent. I don’t EVER want to pass judgement on someone else’s family or parenting style – ESPECIALLY when I’m not a parent! Thank you for reminding me!!!

  43. Lisa

    I’m not a mom and have no mom thoughts. BUT I will say this– I’m 26 and my mom is still my person!

  44. As a working mom with a 5.5 year old son — with 3.5 years of stay-at-home bonding time — I can say, having been on both sides, it always feels like you’re failing at something. But you’re not, really! Whatever situation you are in is where you’re at and you (and your kids) will adjust, and everyone will be fine (especially as you have a super-involved and supportive husband…that is awesome).

    You are Charlie’s mother and remember, nothing will ever change that. He will always need you in some capacity — big or small — and as his mama, you will probably be the one that gives him what he needs more than anyone else (especially when you have the advantage of being the main food source :).

    Parenting is really hard. It gets much harder as they get older, but it gets better too because they can communicate and hug you back and all those good things. I’m happy to say that I’m definitely still my hombrecito’s person and still holding onto every moment and cherishing it all! Hang in there!

  45. jo

    This is my life. You nailed it. Working mom of twin toddlers. Dad as primary caregiver. Worrying every day that i will never be as close to them as him because he gets to be at home. Trying so hard when I get home but I’m just not as fun as him and don’t wrestle or rough house as well. Freaking tough. Totally want to give sometimes. But I can only keep trying and hoping they will understand when they get older that I did my best to connect with every moment I got. Truthfully, getting that alone time is so vital to evening back up the scorecard. But it can be so intimidating because I don’t know all the rituals and tricks and I haven’t had as much practice. I am better at nurturing but its hard when that job is kinda taken. Now to connect I have to do stuff I am no good at just to try and make that connection. But all you can do is try…right? Forever trying is love in action.

  46. Kelly

    Hey Emily, I had my first child (a girl) just days after your Charlie was born (Dec 12) and it has been a blast for me to follow along with your mommy posts. It is uncanny how you articulate exactly what I am going through at the exact same time. Unlike you, I am actually a stay-at-home mom (mostly; I have a very part-time job) but I still have days where, for whatever reason, I wasn’t with my sweetie as much as my husband was, or my mother-in-law was, or whomever it may be. Life can take me away from her. And I have to do the same exact thing you described — spend a day of intentional, quality time with her — to re-ignite that bond between us. Lately, I’ve really been feeling that my daughter smiles a whole lot more at my husband that she does me, and I have a complex that she thinks he is her mommy (especially since he is the one who gets up to feed her at night). But then I remember all of my friends with 3 and 5 year olds, and those kids seem to be quite straight on who is their mommy and who is their daddy, and they love them both so much. Anyway, these are my ramblings :) Thanks for blessing me with your posts.

  47. HMC

    I wish I could say it gets easier! I’m also the breadwinner in the family and I’m finding the need to lean in extremely at work. It’s a male dominated profession which makes me feel even more guilty about working, because the unspoken expectation was set before I had my daughter, that I would retire. I went back to work at 4m and she’s 15m now. The nights I get home late from a mtg I peek in on her and make sure we get special time the next morning and or evening. We think about a second and I don’t feel like it will get easier with a second. Horrible to say! But know that I’m not alone and someone has to pave the way for future women! Keep on truckin’ xo from Portland!

  48. Kristen

    This was such a good post. I am not a mom but really felt for your heart (and all other working moms) as I read it. I DO, however, feel about the same way about my kit10s. I promise they’re really cute. Not as cute as your human baby though. Boy, he is pa-recious!

  49. Amanda

    Emily – your post broke my heart.. Babies are heartbreakers with those attachment things and they keep right on doing it as they grow up. Both my husband and I worked. I would have loved to have a ‘Brian’ for our son. That beautiful boy will toddle off to school – and then to HIgh School, College and dang if he won’t get married and you’ll wake up one day with a grandbaby. I am still wondering how that happened so fast. Your amazing relationship with Brian will be your rock through all these stages. Charlie has so much love to give – he will envelope both of you with love forever. Great parents raise great kids. Charlie is a lucky little man.

  50. Richelle B

    When my son was born my husband got to be the one who stayed home with him the majority of the day so I can understand those pangs of jealousy. I too felt blessed that our son could be home with Dad instead of at daycare or with a nanny all day but it still hurt a little that it wasn’t me that could be home with the little one. Even so, my son is now 2.5 and more times than not it’s mommy who he wants to cuddle him in the morning or put him down for bedtime.

  51. Angie

    Hi Emily, I am a huge fan of your blog and loved you since Design Star, but I don’t think I’ve ever commented. Thank you so much for writing this and being so honest. I am a working mom too. I swear I was actually looking at instagram last week and all your sxsw pics and thought of your resolutions post and was thinking to myself “wow, she’s amazing. i’m sure she is accomplishing all of them. what a dream life”. I always feel like I’m the one that can’t quite make it all work as well as everyone else can. I love that you recognize what you do have too…Charlie is home with your husband, you love your job. I think people take that for granted. I dread going to work and those days my son didn’t want to go to daycare…well, they were the worst and I’ve spent days trying not to to cry (and sometimes failing) at work because of it. I also have a wonderful husband and we are both involved in our sons life a much as possible, probably in almost equal amounts since he was born. The extra affection he seemed to have for his dad at times used to make me sad…but it would shift back and forth between both of us over time. When he seemed more attached to one parent it never lasted all that long. Reading this I could remember how I felt when he seemed so much closer to my husband, but I also realized that it doesn’t really happen anymore. My son is 8 now and he very close to both me and my husband and never feel that he prefers one over the other or is closer to one of us. Like all things with kids…that can and probably will change, but it seemed to happen more when he was really little.

    • Emily

      Very good to know. If its true then I will forever warn every working mom out there – “if he acts like he loves him more, its just temporary”. :)

  52. MeaganS

    Work/life balance is a struggle for sure. We just had our second (he’s now 6 months and our first is 2 years old) and we feel like every week is the EXACT same (kind of like living in Groundhog Day). Everything centers around work and taking care of the kids… which is great but leaves little time for us.

    I’m sorry you are struggling with postpartum. That makes an already stressful situation even more challenging. Just know with kids that nothing is permanent (regarding their preferences).

  53. Happy

    I’m a working mom of a 3 year old son and a more intense career than my husband. I went through a lot of what you discussed in this post (plus the guilt of childcare). Then I realized that our son doesn’t love us as parents equally, he loves us equivalently. We are different people so why shouldn’t he look to us for different things? Just as you can love two children with equal intensity while appreciating different qualities in each of them that make them unique. Isn’t it amazing how love multiplies? I love the fact that my son has about 50/50 odds of calling for me (vs. my husband) when he’s hurt and needs a cuddle – shouldn’t all kids have as many soft places to fall as possible? There is no doubt that I hold a special place in my son’s life and that when he just has one parent (when I travel for work), things are not the same – he does best when he has both parents. On my last trip, he applauded my return (and every time I walked into the room for a few days). The other day he told me that they read one of his favorite books at school and he was happy to share that story with his friends (but that I “read it better”). He appreciates me for who I am and what I bring to his life that is unique to me – the same for his Dad. What an awesome love to receive and be part of. As he gets more communicative and his little world grows to include more things outside of our family, it gets easier to release my mommy guilt and to revel in this amazing little person we are helping to shape. As he gains independence, I can see how important I am as a touchstone and how the strength of our bond gives him the confidence and assurance to become the best boy he can be. Watching him grow up is truly amazing. What would I tell myself nearly 3 years ago when I was where you are? At each stage, I have been sure that this was the best it could be and I couldn’t possibly love the next stage this much – but I love each more than the last. Enjoy the ride!

    • Emily

      Thank you. I love the ‘equally vs. equialently’. That is absolutely enlightening. xx

  54. Tanya

    Thank you for sharing with us all the emotions and thoughts about this (often controversial) subject. It’s always good to see an honest opinion about something like that, and I love that you just up and admitted that your resolution post was a bit unrealistic (Even though I TOTALLY feel like you could achieve those goals, just maybe not in a year, ’cause you’re awesome).

    I recently decided/discovered for myself the difference between goals and intentions. Goals are something separate from us, and we have to move towards them, and sometimes we fail, and sometimes they change, but intentions – those are internal, and we can take full ownership and responsibility for those. And you can’t “fail” at intention – you either have it or you don’t.
    My intention and my goal both is the same – peace in my family, but sometimes that goal is not achieved, but my intention is always there, so that’s a huge consolation.

    You are right, you’re Charlie’s mom, and he will always love you (and your husband), even if the “currently most popular parent” award keeps bouncing back and forth (and it’s a good thing!!!)

    • Emily

      You are right. You can’t fail at intention. Thank you. xx

  55. Great post and awesome photos. You guys are such a cute little family.
    Also, love all the navy on the pics! Anytime I see anything navy as part of any interior design it makes me think of you.

  56. It is definitely tough returning to work and your significant other is home with the new baby. I know because I’ve gone through it. Our daughter will be almost 3 years old and I still suffer guilt whenever I leave her. It’s just a part of being a mom.

  57. Elizabeth

    Mommy guilt is some serious stuff and it never goes away. I too am the breadwinner and had and have many of the same feelings that you were having. Just today, my husband got to stay home with our daughter because it snowed! I, of course, was bummed to have to go to work when they were still in pjs! But I try to remind myself to be thankful for the strong bond and relationship that they will have with each other. Particularly a father and son. I also try to remind myself the model we are setting for our children…that both parents are equal; they love equally and work equally. There will be highs and lows, but it will get easier. You can’t balance it, but you can manage it. And you’ll do great. I’m sure of it.

    • Emily

      Thats so good to think about – we are both equal. mom is gone working, dad is home. dad is gone at improv, mom is cuddling. so good for him to think of us as just equal parents.

  58. m

    I was told many years ago that we as mums are born ‘guilty’ – am I doing too much, too little etc etc and that is so true but the fact that you are aware and worrying shows what a great mum you are! There are no set rules. What works for some wont for you and vice versa. Try to go with your gut/heart and enjoy your little man (as you are doing) as it goes by in a flash. As my son has gotten older (he turns 10 in June) I am sad for the time that has gone (used to hate packing his little clothes away that he wouldnt wear again!) but excited for the next stage and what that brings. Enjoy! You’re doing an awesome job and boys always have a special place in their hearts for their mums :-) x

    • Emily

      I never thought I’d be a guilty person/mom. I honestly don’t think it would be so hard if Brians bond wasn’t so strong. But thats such a good problem to have.

  59. Kristen M.

    Yeah – I read your Resolutions post and thought, “Wow. She’s just so much better than me.” Thank you for being real. I work full time and my husband works full time. I have a four year old girl and a one year old boy. Hands. Full. I think the perspective you have at the end of this post is so important – but I’ve found that keeping this perspective is sort of like trying to drive a car straight, one with a really terrible front-end alignment. You have to WORK at it. One day I can be in the moment and in the mind-set that perfection is unattainable and that it’s o.k. to do to best that I can and that the best that I can do is way more than good enough. But the very next day, I’ll feel the car veering back to “Everyone-is-doing-a-better-job-than-me” Avenue and eventually parking on “I-Suck” Lane, if I’m not careful. Thank you again for pointing out that IT’S HARD.

    • Emily

      I hate ‘I suck lane’. It can suck it. :)

  60. Tina

    I’m with you, right there. My husband stays home and I run a business, we have two small babies (2 months and 19 months).You are totally right on the preference thing, you can change it and it will, it just takes time (you are all still getting to know each other). After a 19 months I still remind myself not to take the backseat even if in the moment it’s easier. I choose this life. It’s a beautiful life. I know it’s a champagne problem, but I am still feeling it. When my husband tells me about their day or I see what a groove they are in, sometimes it just gets me. I love it and am jealous at the same time, blame it on the hormones/mom guilt! You are not alone my friend. I am on a never ending trek of “working on” the constantly evolving work- life balance; sometimes I wish I had my shit together more, other times I think we finally have it down. I am just enjoying the ride at this point, after all, my problems are good problems to have. Good luck and go easy on yourself!

  61. Meg

    Totally agreeing and lovely post . Such amazing pictures. Charlie is so so adorable. And it might sound silly, but I love your shirt – is it Steve Alan?

    • Emily

      :) nope, its anthropologie. thanks xx

  62. Mrs D

    Oh Miss Emily, you speak what is in my heart! Thank you so much for being so honest about the mama-juggle. There are no right or wrong ways to do this. One of the things I love most about being a newish mama (Felix is 18 months and change) is that every day is another opportunity for us to try again and grow. Whether that means trying more of the good til it’s amazing, or trying less of the not so good til it’s forgotten. I will forever be grateful for my son’s wondeful ability to shrug off my mistakes (not without epic protest at times…thank YOU Felix, I guess!) and let us just get on with the job of working this out together. My husband also does about half the primary care and they got ridiculously close from 9-15 months, which literally KILLED ME, but now were back to being two peas in a pod with our own secret love language, as it should be. Connection, connection, connection is the key for us working mamas. Bravo to you lady, you are doing such a wonderful, inspiring job.

  63. Mrs D

    ^^
    I clearly have already rambled, but just wanted to add that what got me through some of the tough crying or fusspot spots was a book/app The Wonder Weeks. Very insightful to a littles first 20 months.

  64. Karen

    Girl, we are ALL there … in the trenches! Just keep on keepin’ on!

    People said “the first 6 weeks are the toughest” and then when we hit 7 weeks with our little boy, I was crushed b/c it wasn’t automatically easy. I think the first FOUR MONTHS are so crazy-difficult.

    Give yourself tons of latitude. :)

  65. How beautiful that your husband can be the one to mold him into a man!! Yes, you will always be his mommy and he will love you and run to you every day :) Thanks for an incredible read.

  66. You have a beautiful family. I’m a working mom too and some days it is really hard . I feel like I never know that I am making the right choice. I’m sorry you are struggling but I think it’s really cool that you are speaking so honestly about it.

  67. Love this post so much! I have 3 boys, and you are right, it all flies by and one day you will be one of many moons in your son’s solar system, instead of the sun. Soak it all in while you can, while feeding other parts of who you are for when that day comes. Balance is ever elusive, but finding a rhythm that fits your values and family is priceless.

  68. Wendy

    exactly.

  69. Karin

    I understand these feelings exactly. I have two and it’s insane, and even though I work a ton, they always want mom time too.
    But I’ll also say that by having your husband so involved as dad from “day one”, you have already set your partnership on a path towards sustainability and equality. Moms can’t do it all, and research shows that when dad is essential care provider from the beginning, the equality in a parenting partnership is much more automatic, and mom and dad can share parenting and working duties and household without as much burnout on mom. What you’re doing is co-parenting, and while it’s just as tiring, it can also be fantastic and great to show your son!

  70. Beautifully written, and beautiful photos! What a perfect little trio.

  71. Emily M

    Just wanted to let you know that you will not be missing out on any of those ‘firsts’. I’m the breadwinner in my family too while daddy stays home with the kids. My firstborn is 2 now and we just had baby #2 6 weeks ago and I’ve just started back to work – ugh! But I honestly didn’t feel like I missed out on anything with my son. Growing up and learning are more of a process so just because I miss 10 hours of his life during the day, doesn’t mean I miss him learning to say mama or take some cautious first steps. We opted to keep a later bedtime for him so that I could spend more time with him during the week and I think that helped.
    Good luck with your continuing journey! It just gets better and better.

  72. Jennifer

    You are right, it does fly by. One of the most important things I realized after my son was born was that the world wouldn’t end if I ignored it. Sometimes, I let the phone, the dishes, or a baby play date go by the wayside and spent the time instead lying on the floor and flying him on my feet like an “airplane” for an hour. It’s very bittersweet to watch them get bigger and need you less, but fortunately, there really is a special bond between mothers and sons. Even when Charlie turns into a stinky and relatively disgusting teenager, you won’t stop being his mommy — even if he IS too cool to let his friends know. My son is 13 and still tells me every night before he goes to bed that he loves me with all his heart.

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