2 still-goin’-strong months

Not that I have been keeping count… 😛

It just occurred to me that it has been just over two months that I had assumed the role of SAHM, Home Project Manager, if you may.  Not an easy task, mind you, and absolutely nothing to do with the kind of project management work I used to do when I was working, multi-tasking aside.

I realize how quickly time flies when I am kept busy.  In fact, I had hardly noticed it, but it will soon be time for us to leave this place in San Jose we had called home for the past 9 months.

I have been asked many questions, all of which I will attempt to answer now, in an FAQ kind of manner 🙂

Aren’t you bored, staying at home all day?
How can I be, when I have so MANY things to do?  Hannah keeps me occupied most of the time, then I have to plan what to cook, and how to cook it.  I have to clean and of course, for entertainment, I watch TV and/or surf the internet.  And for the past month or so, I have busied myself with packing lists and stuff related to packing.  So no, I am definitely not bored.  In fact, I can go take a walk in the park outside too, if I had wanted to.

You really look happier nowadays.  Why?
Cuz I am happier.  And I am happy that it shows.  It really means a lot to me that what I do keeps me sane and happy.  And I am happy to share my joy with all my loved ones.

No ridiculous pressures from work, I am faced with just the adorable giggles and lovely squeals from an innocent baby, the cheeky antics from a toddler and all the support from the man I love.  What’s there not to be happy about?

What do you do at home?
See #1.

Don’t you run out of things to cook?
Oh yeah I do.  But I see it as a way I can create new recipes with the stuff I have.  Some concoctions I have made up actually go down really well with my kid.  Nothing makes me happier than to see joyful hungry faces wolfing down food I have cooked with love and care.

What are your plans when you get back home to Penang?
My family is the most important thing to me.  I will be focusing on them first and foremost, especially finding a good daycare for Ethan.  And then I will need to settle into a workable routine that allows me to care for them in the best way possible.

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4 Responses to 2 still-goin’-strong months

  1. michelle says:

    Definitely no demanding users there…;)

    The Giddy Tigress says: My *users* are all so sweet, cheeky, chubby now… 🙂

  2. Angie says:

    Sounds like you’re having a great time as Home Project Manager… Good for you!

    The Giddy Tigress says: I really am. And I strongly urge every mom to do it too 🙂

  3. Hijackqueen says:

    once landed on la-la land must announce loud-loud hor. Why no update on the sweetie?

    The Giddy Tigress says: My sweetie’s updates all in my Little Miracles blog ma.

  4. sharine says:

    Agree… it’s more challenging and interesting as a SAHM plus it will somehow “force” your creative juice to flow in everything you do! Guess u get what I mean huh?

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