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Misadventures in Motherhood's Blog – May 2011 Archive (4)

Battle of the Boobs

Misadventures in Motherhood ...: Battle of the Boobs: "After more than sixteen months of breastfeeding, I am excited to report that my breasts have finally been freed from their indentured servit..."

Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on May 26, 2011 at 4:34pm — No Comments

My Husband has "Foot in Mouth" Disorder

Misadventures in Motherhood ...: My Husband has "Foot-in-Mouth" Disorder: "Years ago I diagnosed my husband with 'Foot-in-Mouth' disorder.  Perhaps your partner has the symptoms too.  It is characterized by the inab..."

Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on May 20, 2011 at 11:38pm — No Comments

My Son, the MetroSexual?

Misadventures in Motherhood ...: My son, the MetroSexual?: "'Well, he's all boy!'  That's what I've heard from friends, relatives, and strangers for the past four years.  My son farts and then laughs ..."

Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on May 16, 2011 at 2:59pm — No Comments

Ants in our Pants!!

Misadventures in Motherhood ...: Ants in our Pants!!: "Springtime is upon us, so I guess I shouldn't have been that surprised when we snuggled up for a movie last night, and there -- in the gl..."

Added by Misadventures in Motherhood on May 13, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

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