They are used to working without you. They had to do "your" work while you were gone for three months. You get "special treatment" (a 36 hr work week - with commensurate dip in pay and benefits). You cant go out to get coffee or lunch because you have to spend all that time pumping. etc etc. I am the only one who has given birth within the last 26 yrs in my work group if that makes a difference.
I feel like I am in middle school right now and I am sure it is because, I am not getting enough sleep stressing over doing the right thing for and getting enough time with my LO, stressing over doing a good job at work etc. But there is still a part of me that feels excluded.
Am I alone or is this common with working mamas?