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  1. July 30, 2016 / 4:18 pm

    I felt EXACTLY like this when I went out for the first time. It’s a hard adjustment when you’re reminded how much your life has changed in ways you didn’t really think about! X

  2. Magali
    July 30, 2016 / 5:10 pm

    Maybe it did feel different because you’ve been completely out of it but when you go back in January there will be new teachers, a new dynamic and the other girls who were also on maternity leave. You will be able to share your experiences with them. It will be different too because it will be a new chapter! Xx ?

  3. August 1, 2016 / 10:39 am

    When my kids were born I was a stay at home mom, or I tried to be. Turns out its not my thing so I went back to school but I found that socializing after having kids is much harder than it used to be before the little humans came into my life. These days I’d rather just stay home and chill with them watching netflix or playing checkers:) Popping over from #fartglitter

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 1, 2016 / 12:50 pm

      I know I felt exactly the same… So sad. Thanks for reading xx

  4. August 1, 2016 / 11:26 am

    Thank goodness for Prosecco! I expect it will be easier once you are back at work and back in the loop. Even though life is different you’ll find a way to make the old and new you work together – just give it time! #fartglitter

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 1, 2016 / 12:58 pm

      I know thanks for the kind words. It was just the shock of the first time… Thanks for reading xx

  5. fat507
    August 2, 2016 / 6:08 am

    I do exactly the same! God forbid if my OH didn’t answer the phone!


  6. August 2, 2016 / 6:47 am

    Ah bless you, it must be so difficult to start getting back in touch after having time off and living in a baby bubble! I personally didn’t go back so I’m not familiar with how it would feel, but I initially I imagine I would struggle. I hope you soon get back into the swing of things when you return.


    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 2, 2016 / 7:24 am

      I think it was the shock of the first time. Let’s hope… Thanks for stopping by x

  7. Mummy Muckups (Anna)
    August 2, 2016 / 7:05 am

    It is such a weird feeling being between two worlds. I miss the work ‘gang’, but feel I am not that person anymore, either. I am glad you got out. It gets easier and you will know that your little one is perfectly fine at home with Daddy; look out prosecco!!

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 2, 2016 / 7:25 am

      Merci for sharing and commenting x

  8. August 2, 2016 / 6:30 pm

    I had a night out with work part way through my Mat leave and it was exactly like this. I also returned part time, and at first I was terrified of how it would work and what would have changed, but it very quickly becomes the new normal. You will have changed and you will probably be far better at managing your time and priorities now that you are a Mum. I actually love going to work part time, it’s just enough to keep me in the loop and give me a little grown up time before stepping back into my Mummy Bubble. I’m sure you’ll be fine lovely. Sending hugs xx
    Thanks for linking with #fartglitter x

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 2, 2016 / 7:33 pm

      Thanks for the lovely comment. I am sure it will be all fine. x

  9. Fran @ Whinge Whinge Wine
    August 2, 2016 / 7:04 pm

    I went out with a colleague recently and stayed over at hers; the first time I’d been apart from my kids when one of us wasn’t in hospital. I begged to go home to bed and then stayed there as long as I could. Hahahaha! It’s definitely not what it used to be #chucklemums

  10. August 2, 2016 / 7:26 pm

    Going back to work is a difficult transition, but personally I needed it for my sanity! You will need to get used to the feeling, though, that you aren’t good enough at work or at home…!
    Thanks for joining #chucklemums

  11. August 3, 2016 / 4:53 pm

    Aw Frenchie ! Next time will be better – there will be a next time ! And by January a little part of you might even want to go back to work . It’s a strange time , maternity leave. Still, at least you got to drink lots of prosecco – that’s the main thing ! #dreamteam

  12. Lisa | Thirtysomething Belle
    August 4, 2016 / 7:50 am

    I can’t relate to maternity leave however I feel pretty much the same with my old social circle. These days my 16 year old goes out more than me, my weekend are generally spent at home and life is chilled. You know what though? I wouldn’t change a thing πŸ™‚ #stayclassymama

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 4, 2016 / 8:04 am

      And I think you are right! Thanks for reading x

  13. August 4, 2016 / 7:55 am

    I felt the same after having my first – I struggled and definitely lost who I was. I have nothing to say to people if I wasn’t talking about my baby. I just wasn’t in the clique anymore which made me sad.

    However I am in this new amazing clique called motherhood – my life has changed and whilst I do miss the old one I wouldn’t change it for the world. #stayclassy

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 4, 2016 / 8:06 am

      I know that you are right. I think it was just the shock of realising it. Thanks for reading x

  14. August 4, 2016 / 10:51 am

    I totally agree, I feel a bit out of the loop since becoming a mum – it’s like I’m two different people now! I haven’t gone back to work yet but I imagine the transition can be really tough. Good on you though for getting out there and spending time with the girls again xx #stayclassymama

  15. August 4, 2016 / 12:29 pm

    Awww. It really is hard to integrate if you have been off. You will be fine though I am sure, you just need to get back into the swing of things πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for linking up! #bestandworst

  16. Squirmy Popple
    August 4, 2016 / 6:48 pm

    I know what you mean. I met up with colleagues a few times while I was on mat leave and felt a bit out of the loop, even though everyone was nice. I kept checking my phone to make sure the baby was okay and didn’t stay out very late, because I pass out my 10pm these days anyway. Now that I’m back at work it’s a bit easier to fit in, but I still miss out on nights out because I only work on Friday mornings so I can spend the afternoon with my daughter – and I’m totally okay with giving up work drinks for that. #stayclassymama

  17. Over Heaven's Hill
    August 4, 2016 / 9:52 pm

    I completely understand. Becoming a mum changes you in ways you never knew it would. I’m different to my colleges now and all I want is to be at gome with my family #Fridayfrolics

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 4, 2016 / 9:52 pm

      I know. I thought I would never be like that…

  18. August 5, 2016 / 8:26 am

    You’re so not alone in this lovely. And it’s normal to feel like this before going back to work but I promise it’ll be like you never left in no time. I took a year off and went back to a brand spanking new role full time and felt out of sorts at first but also excited. I could dress up a bit, have a coffee, go to the loo on my own…. But imagine how old and frumpy I felt heading up the cool cat social media team? Everyone was young and cool and they mustn’t have had a clue what to say to me. Luckily it didn’t last…and they were quite happy for me to stay for just one drink after work while they continued their coolness in peace lol.

  19. The Unsung Mum
    August 5, 2016 / 5:50 pm

    I felt the same when I went out with a few from work before I gave it out. I was so out of touch and realised that I didn’t have anything in common with them anymore. Made me really sad but now, I’m okay. I’ve realised I’m a bit of a home buddy who likes going to the cinema or having a few mates round at home! Sounds like your normal and perfect to me! #FridayFrolics

  20. Rebecca Taylor
    August 5, 2016 / 7:50 pm

    I am sorry you didn’t feel it was a huge success and you have worries about going back. It is such a difficult balancing act as a part-time teacher and Mummy. I am also one. It is a difficult profession to be able to do as I think most teachers tend to be perfectionsists by nature, not only with work but with everything. So there is a constant battle with guilt all of the time. But you WILL be fine! Everything will work out. Just be kind to yourself. A lovely post balancing the comic with the serious.
    Love your blog and your writing. #momsterslink

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 5, 2016 / 8:47 pm

      Thank you so much for your lovely comment. You know what it’s like for sure… you are always so nice xxx

  21. August 5, 2016 / 8:14 pm

    You must remember FrenchieMama, you are a part of a new gang. How many of them may be weary that they haven’t joined that party yet? You still have all you have ever brought to the party, and SO MUCH MORE! I am confident you and Baba and Grumpy Boyfriend will all make it through.


  22. August 5, 2016 / 9:13 pm

    I can COMPLETELY relate. My first night out was in a extremely packed bar, it was really difficult to even hear anyone. All everybody wanted to do was drink, drink and drink and I was standing there counting my drinks worrying about breastfeeding and being able to sleep that night. I’ve also returned to work, and while the first few weeks were hard (mostly due to lack of sleep and missing my son) it actually is very enjoyable now and I am so happy I am back at work. I am JUST starting to really feel like myself again, like my FULL self, the person I was pre-baby but even better, with a bigger heart and smile. : ) I know it will seem hard, but once you get through the first month everything will start to feel normal again. Surprisingly, it wasn’t like starting from scratch, I actually did remember how everything worked before I left! haha! Anyway, I absolutely love this post, I think it might be one of my faves : ). Thanks for sharing with #StayClassyMama!

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 5, 2016 / 9:31 pm

      So happy you liked it and it is all good at work. Plus you feel at your best now. It gives me hope ? Thanks for reading and the super long and nice comment x

  23. Soppymum (Sara)
    August 6, 2016 / 8:09 am

    Oh I can imagine just how you feel. I say that I want time away from baby but then I miss him when I am away. We are living abroad for 6 months but am already thinking about having to find a new job when I get back. Really struggle with my identity now and know it will be hard and frustrating to build a career again….if that’s even what I want! I am sure when you go back in January it will soon settle down and be like you were never away. #fortheloveofblog

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 6, 2016 / 8:45 am

      Thank you so much for your lovely comment. Enjoy your time abroad. Sounds exciting!

  24. islandliving365
    August 6, 2016 / 9:49 am

    Oh it’s a hard one isn’t! You want a life but then you go out and you miss your other life. Then you feel out of the loop from both lives! I am sure that you are still one very cool cat and that you have nothing to worry about πŸ™‚ #FridayFrolcis

  25. aliduke79hotmailcom
    August 6, 2016 / 1:31 pm

    It’s strange how you seem to fall out of sync with other people when you have a child. It’s almost like you forget that the world is still carrying on without you. I am sure you will be fine when you go back πŸ™‚

  26. August 6, 2016 / 6:38 pm

    It’s a huge adjustment. Your whole world has changed, and so have you. It will get easier and you will feel part of the team again. As for the guilt. I’m afraid that’s there no matter what you do. It comes with the ‘mummy’ job title! Thanks for linking up to #FridayFrolics

  27. August 6, 2016 / 10:25 pm

    Going back to work after a year of maternity leave takes some adjustment, but you’ll get there in the end, I promise! I went back part time and felt a bit out of the loop for a while, but with so many other things going on in my life (my daughter!), I didn’t have too much time to think about it! Eventually there’ll be a new normal and it’ll be just fine. #momsterslink

  28. August 7, 2016 / 1:45 pm

    I guess it’s normal to feel like this. You’ll get back into it soon enough! It may not be exactly the same, but everything changes. Enjoy the rest of your maternity leave! #stayclassymama

  29. islandliving365
    August 8, 2016 / 6:09 am

    I’m just popping back to say you are still a very cool cat, if not THE cool cat #MarvMondays πŸ™‚

  30. August 8, 2016 / 7:50 am

    Hmm I felt OK when I went out with mine but we all have different roles in a medical team. My colleague tho works loads harder than me and I Hav felt behind since going back. I just don’t want to work at home etc. Work is done when I leave. It all changes after children and I think you’ll have a bit of catching up to do but I bet you find you may not worry too much!! Xx #fartglitter

  31. August 8, 2016 / 8:44 am

    Awww bless you! Motherhood can be so hard at times especially drifting between two worlds of life with baby and your old life pre baby too. It does get easier, it just takes time to adjust. Thankfully prosecco always helps, so you’ve found!;-)

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 8, 2016 / 9:01 am

      ☺ It did a lot! thanks for stopping by xx

  32. Mama
    August 8, 2016 / 11:02 am

    I think this is common. My priorities had completely changed after I gave birth so I did find slipping into old friendships a little bit of a challenge to begin with. A little time, more sleep and my eventual return to work soon saw everything back to almost normal. Now I’m just boring people with stories about my wonderful boy instead of boring them about the latest TV show or movie I saw πŸ™‚


  33. Amy @ Mum's The Law
    August 8, 2016 / 11:50 am

    I was only on maternity leave for 10 weeks (yep, 10 weeks and the baby wasn’t there for two of them!) so there wasn’t a lot for me to miss. I went on the Christmas night out not too long after I got back and pretty much hated it. I just wanted to go home and snuggle with my baby and my hubby, so I understand exactly what you mean. It’s sad, but we all love your blog and mummy friends are totally better than work friends πŸ™‚ #MarvMondays

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 8, 2016 / 2:54 pm

      So true, thanks for reading and your nice comment x

  34. mackenzieglanville
    August 8, 2016 / 12:13 pm

    oh beautiful lady this both made me sad and made me giggle. Our lives do change so much one we have a baby. I was the first of all my friends to have a baby and it did feel isolating and like I was living a different life. I found I bonded better with other mums at that point. Now most of my friends have babies and it makes life easier. I think once you go back to wrk though you will feel better as you’ll be back in that loop too. Big hugs gorgeous xo #mg

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 8, 2016 / 2:56 pm

      Thanks, that’s what i was trying to do. Talk about a serious matter that I think , many mummies experience. But alos make it funny x

  35. August 8, 2016 / 2:51 pm

    This was really interesting for me to read as I lost my job before I had Leo so have never experienced the whole maternity leave thing. I do know what it’s like to want a night out though and then when you finally get it all you want to do is be back at home cuddling your baby. I’m sure you will get back into the cool cat gang when you start back and work and how lucky you can go back part time xx #mg

  36. Petite Library
    August 8, 2016 / 3:27 pm

    Really enjoyed this, brilliant pictures and top marks for using the word tart in the most comical way. You’re writing is fresh and you ARE a cool cat, maybe you’re just too cool for school??? he he he #mg

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 8, 2016 / 3:29 pm

      That’s what I was thinking! I need to work hard on b=my blog and the bye bye teaching! If only ? Thanks for your great comment x

  37. charlotte
    August 8, 2016 / 4:53 pm

    I am more than happy curled up on the sofa with my slippers than going out any day #fartglitter

  38. Beat About The Book
    August 10, 2016 / 10:28 am

    Aw this was such a sweet post and so true too. Motherhood changes you and your priorities and people from work seem distant and different. Oh but you’re still cool alright. #mg

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 10, 2016 / 5:04 pm

      Merci ??

  39. Silly Mummy
    August 11, 2016 / 12:51 pm

    And here we have the other classic French text book phrase: ‘Ou est la banque?’! Est-il pres les boissons?! (I am very unsure if I’ve got this one right!)

    It is very strange going out for drinks after having a baby. I never returned to work as had another baby very soon after first (& childcare costs would have eclipsed my income anyway!), but I would imagine that it is different to how it was before but probably becomes a new kind of normal.

    Thanks so much for joining us on #FridayFrolics. Hope to see you next time!

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 11, 2016 / 3:02 pm

      Nearly correct pres des boissons. You are so lucky to be able to stay at home! Or not? LOL. Actually, I am sure I will love it when I am back to work. A bit of two worlds. Thanks for reading xx

  40. The Pramshed
    August 11, 2016 / 6:18 pm

    I really felt for you reading this, we have such high expectations when we are finally out of the house after months of staying in looking after a baby, that it can be really disappointing. I completely understand how hard it must have been not talking about the baby, when it’s all you’ve talked about for the last 12 months, and not being in on all the office gossip makes your slink even further into the background. I once had a similar thing where I wasn’t allowed to talk about the baby, I mean how rude is that when it is the number 1 focus and priority in your life. Please also don’t worry too much about going back to work, I’m 6 weeks in and it has had its highs and lows, but it’s ok (I promise you). The fear of it, is worse than the event. Thanks so much for linking up at #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 11, 2016 / 9:16 pm

      How come you were NOT ALLOWED to talk about your baby? did they tell you directly? Thank you so much for your comment. I am sure I will be fine. It was just so weird. I used to be a key member of staff and seeing that they could do without me really made me think about my work, all the the sacrifices… Thanks for reading and taking the time to put such a personal comment though xxx

  41. mytravelmonkey
    August 12, 2016 / 2:48 pm

    I remember the first time I went out, I felt exactly the same but I ended up getting so plastered I was so ill the next day and unable to do anything. Hubby was not happy… lesson learned! For a time at least. You are still cool, just doing a different thing. Popping over from the #BISS team

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 12, 2016 / 2:51 pm

      Thanks for visiting the blog! I know… so silly to feel this way. But I am over it and ready to rock again when I am back to work LOL. xx

  42. August 12, 2016 / 6:42 pm

    Ooooh it s a difficult one isn’t it. My first few nights (with were with the other half. Or colleagues) out I didnt really e joy it, at all, I was too busy thinking about the baby at home and stress and worried about her. I was distant when out and just wanted to get home. However it is short lived, now I must say it is a different story I actively look forward to a night out, with hot food, nice wine and adult conversation. It gets better, honestly xx #marvmondays

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 12, 2016 / 7:08 pm

      Thanks for your nice words. I am sure it will get better and it was just the shock of the first night. Thanks for stopping by x

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 13, 2016 / 8:58 am

      Yes, so true! Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you again soon x

  43. August 15, 2016 / 3:39 pm

    I went back to work 10 weeks after my eldest was born and had regular meetings with my team during that time so never felt I actually had a maternity leave to be honest. I can’t imagine being off for a year that is a long time to fall out of the loop so to speak but once you go back it will be just like getting back onto a bike. You will be fine. In the meantime keep going with making us all laugh. x

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 15, 2016 / 3:45 pm

      Well, if I make you laugh then… I will continue ☺ Thanks for readiing xx

  44. happywawa15
    August 15, 2016 / 6:33 pm

    Thanks for a very entertaining post! You are most definitely still a cool cat! #bigpinklink

  45. August 15, 2016 / 7:49 pm

    I know how you feel, it definitely feels odd going on nights out with work colleagues when you’re on maternity leave. I know I certainly felt out of the loop when I did. I’m just about to return to work after my second baby and although nervous I know that within a week or two I’ll feel completely at ease and ‘back in the loop,’ try not to worry, going back to work was far easier than the night out πŸ™‚ Thanks for linking to #bigpinklink x

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 15, 2016 / 8:07 pm

      Thanks for your kind words. I will be fine I am sure. In the meantime, I am enjoying the freedom xx

  46. Nige
    August 16, 2016 / 8:40 am

    Looks like you had a great time party on! Fab post as usual #bigpinklink

  47. Trista, Domesticated Momster
    August 17, 2016 / 5:48 pm

    I remember when I first became a mom and how suddenly all those friends I once had were nowhere to be found. I had kids late in life so of course most of my friends were women who planned on never having kids. And suddenly I was a stranger. I have been a SAHM now for over 6 years…working part time here and there but mostly home with the kids and I am ready to get back into the work field. My youngest is 4 so I have one more year. I am glad you got a night out. It makes mommies better mommies and girlfriends/wives to have time to be who you were before this new chapter. Trust me. Thanks for linking up with #momsterslink and hope to see you tomorrow!

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 17, 2016 / 5:56 pm

      Thanks for commenting. Yes, you are def right, it makes us better. xx

  48. Kaye
    August 21, 2016 / 9:50 am

    This sounds exactly like my first night away from A! I just couldn’t wait to get back to him and even though I could’ve stayed at a friends to get some sleep, I was desperate to get home to him and make sure everything was fine – I even happily endured the 5am wake-up with a hangover! Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Kaye xo

    • thefrenchiemummy
      August 21, 2016 / 2:53 pm

      That’s is so weird. Yet very natural I think. Thank for reading x

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