High Paying Career Woman to Full Time Mom
October 15, 2011 10:35am CST
After college graduation, i started working as a junior engineer in a construction company away from my hometown.After nine years of service,i was promoted as a project manager and paid big time,big enough for my family to live comfortably.. My daughter reaches seven years old living with my parents.I go home to her every other three weeks and stay with her for a day or two..One day i received a call from her and asking me to go home,not telling me the reason why she wants me home.I let a day passed before i went home and check on her..When i finally got home,she gave me a hug and cried a lot,telling me she misses me so much.. Melts my heart and realize that i have been neglecting her for years,so i decided to stop working and resign..I can say that i am happy now with her,but there are worries i'm so much concerned about.I know i made a right decision by resigning but,Will I make a good mom for her??Can you give me some pointers on how to make a quality time with her so i can make up with the losses??
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15 Oct 11
Actually it is not too late to make up with her, she is still young so you could fulfill those years of staying away with her. She is so lucky to have you as a mother, just imagine choosing her from a high paying job is a wonderful love you could give to her!