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It's been 4 days at work and I think it's ok. I ended up starting the week on Tuesday, I just couldn't force myself to start on Monday since I had a big breakdown on Sunday at home. I cried very hard for hours and just felt all these emotions about how I wasn't supposed to be in the office until the end of October and how I was looking forward to fall and spending time with the baby. Anyway I was a bit shocked to learn that not all people in the office knew about my situation, and some of them greated me and asked how the baby was. I ended up telling one guy that the baby was good only because I couldn't bring myself up to telling him what happened. I don't know him too well and there were other people walking around. Then the next day he asked whether I had a boy or girl and what I named him. There were other two ladies asking how the baby was, and I just said that I would tell them later. I haven't seen them since and dreading the time I will have to explain. So just many unexpected things. But overall I think it hasn't been as bad as I thought it would be. Thanks for all the support, ladies.
Wow, I am surprised that people don't know and have been asking how the baby is. That must be really difficult. If you're not up to telling everyone, could you have your boss or someone else put the word out to everybody. I would be kind of shocked by that myself if that happened.
I'm glad that things are going well so far besides the questions people have been asking. I hope it continues to go well. HUGS.