Nursery is looming

Just confirmed Little Cs nursery place. It’s now official he has a start date and set days. One nursery day is when I am working, the other nursery day is on my day off.
Right I’m a mess I can’t stop crying. I know that he will be fine and will most probably love it. It’s me, I’m being completely selfish, the thought of him being away from me on a day when I don’t have to work is unbearable.
What will I do? I can’t remember what I did in my spare time before Little C arrived! You see some people would call me boring and sad. I never planned to have a child but now I do I suppose everything I do is for him. I feel that time is precious especially because of the job I do so I don’t like to waste or feel like I’m missing a second.
Nursery I’m sure will give Little C heaps more independence and start preparing him for school. Actually that should probably say start preparing me for when he goes to school!!!
And you never know our house may actually be tidy on nursery day 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Nursery is looming

  1. I know exactly how you feel. I was the same when Seb started Nursery. Seb was fine though, he absolutely loved it! After a month or so, I got used to it but it still felt a little weird. I increased his Nursery hours gradually just before he started school, which both got us used to the thought of him going to school. That seemed to work for us. I must admit, I do still miss him sometimes but I think that is natural. I promise it does get easier once you’ve both got into yournew routine. I hope he enjoys his time there and that you feel a bit better about it soon x.

    • He is starting in march so I have a few weeks to get used to the idea yet. I’m sure he is going to really enjoy it but I will miss him terribly. The nursery he is going to has its own soft play area, he will have a whale of a time lol xx

  2. Bless your heart, we were in a slightly different situation, when Gelfling Child was living with us we needed him to go to nursery to give him stability and a chance to socialise, we haven’t looked back, he’s very happy well adjusted little man so much so that now him & Daddy have their own place Beloved & I continue to finance 2nd born’s petrol costs so he can continue be able to keep Gelfling at our village nursery

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