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My name is Judith Shakespeare... Actually, no, my name is not Judith.
My name is Courtney, but I'm also known to turn in the direction of a hollered mom, mommy, mama, or ma as well. For the past nine years, I have been married to an occasionally wonderful man with whom, thanks to a wonderful chemistry set purchased on eBay for a mere $8, I created three devilishly cute heathens: Little Man (8), That Middle One (3), and The Baby (1).
Yes, that means that I am one of those often terrifying creatures known as "Breeders"; and, no, I didn't need a license for that.
I am your basic tattooed, liberal, slacker mom whose hobbies include (but are not limited to) rambling incoherently, expertly removing used bubblegum from Barbie's hair, artistically glaring at little league parents, gossiping, protesting, and cooking a seven course meal while practicing global espionage in my favorite pair of Dolce pumps.
Okay, I made that last one up... I've never made a meal with more than two courses in my life, but you get the point.
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