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I think that it’s important that you all know that when I shot this video, the plumber was just up the stairs finishing the installation of our new bathtub. That I was not remotely inhibited by this tells you something about my shame threshold. (Spoiler: my shame threshold is very high.)

Depending on your shame threshold, you may or may not want to weigh in on this topic over at Momversations. (I can’t be the only person who can’t give a straight answer on this topic, can I?)

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All I Want For Mother’s Day Is All This And A Bag Of Chips

May 3, 2011

I’m kind of a Mother’s Day curmudgeon. I’m one of those grumpy moms who says, when asked what I’d like for Mother’s Day, ‘a day off,’ because, seriously, isn’t spending a day not being a mom the very best way to spend the day on which motherhood is celebrated? The thing is, when I say [...]

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Motherhood: Scarier Than A Barrel Of Rabid Badgers, But Twice As Fun

February 22, 2011

Motherhood can be scary, you know? Even when you’re not grappling with complicated demons, even when motherhood presents itself to you more or less straightforwardly, it’s scary, because it’s just so loaded, because children are so small and they get sick and they seem so fragile and you always think that you don’t know what [...]

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In Moms And Boobs We Trust. Or Not.

January 3, 2011

Remember that one time, when I breastfed another woman’s baby? And somebody saw me do it, and thought it was disgusting, and blogged about it, and then everybody argued? Those were some good times. So good, that it seemed a really awesome idea to kick off the new year by looking back at that experience. [...]

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