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Although I was itching to get home when I finally did get back it felt a bit strange and  overwhelming. Almost like I had been on a long, surreal journey only to be plonked back into reality with a hearty thud. Which I guess is exactly what has happened. How can I go back when so much has changed? I think it will take a while for me to settle back into the comfort of routine. I will miss the conveniences of the hospital though, not having to clean and run after a toddler, being able to lie in bed all day and watch TV without feeling guilty, individual attention with a click of a button. I will not, however, miss the food.

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  1. This is utter perfection. The reality of two is overwhelming, that's for sure. Just go gently, don't make any plans, drink tea x

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    1. Not sure how I will cope but I will definitely be drinking tea, it's #1 on my to-do-list.

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  2. I felt the same after having Jarvis. I had the bonus of my partner bringing up every meal to me at the hospital. So made it even harder to come home and face reality.

    http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/

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  3. I've thought about having a third just to be able to enjoy that time in the hospital again. Okay, I kid. But I may not kid if the food was any good...

    You'll get settled in soon enough. It took me a few months to adjust, which sounds like a long time when you're first getting home, but it flies by.

    Lots of love to you and yours.

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  4. Such a delightful photo - love!

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  5. Just realize I said nothing about how wonderful this photo is. I'm in love with the composition. Everything about this is superb.

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