Here’s What a “Me-ternity” Leave Should Really Look Like
Petra Guglielmetti

And struggling to remain polite as you fake remorse when an irritated relative calls because they’re waiting for a baby gift thank you note that you will never get around to writing because you’ve misplaced them amongst the clutter of baby care books and soiled blankets and discarded newborn clothing (that your 2-month-old has already outgrown) draped over the baby swing, baby monitor, playpen, bouncy seat, diaper genie and other equipment that now take up most of your family room.

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