Received Sunday, March 2, 2008- Perspective & Opinion
OK so i didn't spot a bad nanny or any neglect but I have a question of perspective and hopefully respectful opinion.
I am hoping some mom's/caregivers could give me insightful opinions. I am interested in having a breast augmentation to even out my breasts and to SLIGHTY enlarge them while im at it, im like hardly a b cup and would like to be a full b so don't worry fellow readers I'm not going to flaunt them around in the little girls face or wear low cut things. I'm very modest. At most i wear knee lenght shorts and a way above non-existing cleavage neckline shirt.
As a nanny taking care of a 8 month old baby I would like to know how woman have dealt with a baby post breast augmentation surgery. More spesific how did any of you deal with the lifting your child factor.
I am considering doing this about 5 months from now and wondering how this will affect my job. I know nurses who have gone back to work 2 days after surgery even though it is recommended 1-2 weeks. I'll be taking 10days (weekend incl) off. I'm hoping my baby will walk by then, even though she was premature. Though I realise the crib will mean lifting as well as the stroller. I've thought of how to deal with lifting situations... such as using the high chair on the low floor setting and myself sitting on the floor to eat so that i don't have to do too much lifting in that aspect. Playing on the balcony with the baby pool for the next couple of weeks instead of long trips that stresses the body.
Any tips perhaps? Do i tell my employers what i'm having done? Would they think of me as inappropriate? It really matters to me what they think as I respect them a lot though we aren't exactly so close as to share private matters but at the same time they need to be prepared for my situation as well.