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Note to Inner Child: I will try not to turn into my mom. (that's a tough one - trust me)Just wait for the "because I said so". That comes out of your mother around age 5.


Oh my she's taking steps... watch out! Baby girl is on her way to running soon. Hehe.

You are doing pretty swell from where I'm standing chica. *hugs*

Robin, author, How to Marry a Mensch

Well put! Funny & affecting at the same time. We all have our insecurities, challenges, aspirations, etc....and being a mom just compounds it all.

You're not alone!


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Kendra Dahlstrom

I feel the same way! As soon as my daughter got her first cold I immediately blamed myself. Then, when she didn't immediately take to the breast, I began thinking I was some sort of a woman failure. You're right..We just have to remember that no matter what, they love us.


You totally should be getting out those Harvard forms, because we ALL know that early walkers are freakin' geniuses. *nods wisely*

We've already started a therapy fund for Spudly. He's richer than we are.

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