…ng her down, feeding her, changing diapers, and trying to make her feel better if she got sick. And when you add in household duties and working from home, you’ll feel drained by the end of the day and even when you wake up in the morning.
Oh, I remember I was so stubborn that I didn't want to give up on a particular client with whom I've been working for years.
He was asking me to send in the work on a weekly basis. I had my baby on a Friday night. And I realized I completely lost the notion of time during the first week. I was forced to take a step back and tell the client I couldn't handle it.
Still, it was a shock for me to see just how little from what I used to do I was able to do while caring for a newborn.
I think even if we would be warned about it, we would still not be able to understand it until we're already involved with no way of return :D
You just can't imagine what it's like for someone to depend with his life on you, until that very thing happens.