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  1. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    Oh my gosh auderey, other than the fact that you have to go for an interview at 3 weeks postpartum, that sounds about as ideal as it gets! That's great they are being so amazingly thoughtful and...
  2. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    It was a lot easier for me to be zen about things the second (and third) times around than the first - hopefully you will find that to be true as well! And yeah, don't pump in the hospital. Unless...
  3. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    I've also gotten the advice to write a line about having kids when writing grants.
  4. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    All right then, let's think about nuts and bolts. If you DO take baby, you need one day's worth of milk, because the second day you'll have the milk you pumped from day one. So, let's say, 15 ounces....
  5. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    Agree with previous posters not to go crazy pumping! Then you'll find yourself distracted by REALLY full breasts and leaking while you're talking to a potential future colleague. And potentially set...
  6. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    I see what you're saying. Well, in that case you have to be straightforward with whoever is making travel arrangements that you're bringing additional family members, but I don't think you have to...
  7. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    I don't see why they need to know who is traveling with you?
  8. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    Another thing I was thinking of is that you are going to want to be "on" during the interview, as you mention. So at night, if baby still has reversed day/night sleep cycles, for example, you don't...
  9. Re: traveling for work first month postpartum

    My gut feeling is take baby with you. Even if you are apart for 10 or 12 hours, that's still better for both you and baby than being apart for 3 days straight. You're going to WANT to be with baby...
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