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Grayhairedmom's Blog Posts Tagged 'pregnant' (4)

Thank god she's not our nanny!

I read a lot of Mother's Day blogs and articles online yesterday, and one article was about the pressure to be the perfect mom. Moms are not even willing to admit to the every day silly mistakes that all parents make anymore, because no mom wants to expose herself to the criticism and scorn from the other "perfect" parents. Back in the day, you could screw up occasionally and admit it without fear of universal…

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Added by grayhairedmom on May 14, 2013 at 7:18pm — No Comments

Sleep No More

"Methought I heard a voice cry, 'Sleep no more!"

William Shakespeare, …

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Added by grayhairedmom on March 16, 2013 at 2:31pm — No Comments

Other uses for diaper rash ointment: A handy tip from grayhairedmom



There are none. Especially, don't use it to brush your teeth. Yes, I tried it; No, not on purpose; And no, I wasn't even old or a mom yet, so I really can't use senility, "Mommy Brain," or sleep deprivation for an excuse.

I was babysitting my niece one day, and we both took a big nap after lunch. I woke up…

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Added by grayhairedmom on March 11, 2013 at 6:54pm — No Comments

So this old, pregnant woman stumbles out of a bar.....

New York City is not a bad place to be pregnant at age 50. But even though most New Yorkers have seen it all and make fewer assumptions, I was prepared for awkward situations, I thought. I knew strangers might look at me, especially on the subway, and wonder, "fat or pregnant?" I've done it myself! I will stand up and offer my seat (most of the time as long as I haven't had a horrible day) to older people (and that…

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Added by grayhairedmom on March 8, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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