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Welp, I gave notice at the old job. Exciting and interesting times ahead.

I received a job offer a week or two ago from the lady who left our office in April, she's a controller at her new job and is in charge of their accounting department. The new job is part remote: I can work from home 2-3 days per week, I can bring the munchkin into work with me (after training is complete), and it is a lot more money.

Current boss is a little worried as they need to hire someone now, but I didn't burn any bridges and he said I can contact them if it doesn't work out at the new place. So that's great I have a fall back but I think the new job will work out fine.

The only real annoyance is that I'll have to change doctors as the insurance the new job offers is different than the current insurance and the current doctor doesn't accept the new insurance. I've been going to the current doctor for decades.
 

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Sounds like things are going in the right direction :D I wonder if your doctor can choose to accept the new insurance, might be worth asking. I really wish we had universal health care then this sort of stuff wouldn't happen.
That was my hope too, but I called and they don't accept it. I could try calling again but I don't think the answer will change.
 

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First day at the new job today, figuring out the schedule has been interesting. My mom is going to watch munchkin today and Friday, MIL will watch him Thursday. Commute isn't going to be fun but once I get through training and can work remotely (at mom's house) I think it'll be better. Even more awesome is hubby finally got an email from Starlink and it should be coming to our area soon ish. :weee

Munchkin has been clingy and wakes back up after I set him down after a feeding more than half the time. And since I'm exclusively pumping at this point, that means I have to stop pumping to grab him and then restart everything without spilling everywhere, with him on my lap. At least so far I'm staying ahead of him with milk, and I'm hoping I can do so for another two months at least.
 
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