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  1. Glad to see you have called in more reinforcements. I really like your observation about modelling for your kids that it’s OK to ask for help when you need it. When something is difficult for me, thinking “what do my kids need to see me doing” can really help me make hard decisions and find the discipline to do what I need to do.
    Pony on, Cowgirl!

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    1. Thank you!! I’m listening to your advice…finally 😛 and thinking about what our kids need to see vs our own pride is so much more affective.

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  2. mscat

    To help the kids with the transition, my tip would be Skype or Facetime sessions with their dad each night or morning that you can manage it. Recognize that they may act out because the environment has changed, so they will probably need lots of extra cuddles. Though you’re not yet healed up, perhaps they could do some fun day-long or half-day adventures with local grandparents or aunts/uncles or good friends. That would allow you to have some “me time” or run errands or whatever.

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    1. We are definitely planning very regular Skype dates once Matt has a work schedule we can work around. That’s a good idea, about the day or half-day adventures with local grandparents or aunts/uncles. Thank you!!

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  3. You’re going to be okay. You’re a strong woman. And you can do this. You can pony on! I’m not gonna lie, it’s going to be challenging and hard, but you absolutely can.

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