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    Thursday, April 23, 2009

    It Could Go Either Way


    My Maggie is a crack up. She loves TV. Pretty much any cartoon, or Disney show, will hold her attention for hours. She likes to be mellow, and keep the excitement to a minimum. But there is one show that will get her out of bed at 6:00 AM, and this show will keep her mesmerized until the very end, even if she's seen it a million times.

    A Baby Story on TLC.

    Seriously, she's obsessed. I don't really know why. And I certainly don't know if this is a good thing or a bad thing. She became very interested in it when I had Gretta, naturally, and it has just continued over the last 2 years.

    But here's what I think about it. I figure this little obsession of hers could go 2 ways. 1, she will turn into a creepy pregnant-lady stalker. You know the ones. They rub your belly, give unfounded advice, and ask for all the gory details of your birth. Or 2, she will become a wildly successful OB/GYN, and possibly have her own TLC show, makes tons of money, and support Sugar Daddy and I until we die.

    I like #2. Obviously.

    I just hope this isn't doing her any harm. I don't want her to think that birth is something to be ashamed of, or that she should shy away from asking questions about her body. I like the openness of it all. But if she turns into creepy pregnant-lady stalker, it's not because I didn't try to get her to go to medical school.

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    6 Response(s):

    grannybabs said...

    Most women love the baby story drill - she's just "mature" maybe? (emotionally that is!)

    Stacy O said...

    Oh my gosh, that is great! I am sure it's #2 also-she's way too adorable to be the creepy pregnant stalker and smart enough to be a successful doctor. :)

    Jill Johnson said...

    She should have been my kid, minus the fear of everything. I think she won't be afraid of having a baby. I wish I would have seen that show before my first so I knew it was little drama.

    nikkipicky said...

    Im voting for the OB/GYN!! No more paps from a stranger for you. LMAO!

    Seriously my sisters sister-in-laws father is an OB/GYN and her husband wanted her to have him deliver all thier babies. YUCK!! This is the father-in-law were talking about. She did it. Weird.

    Hmmm. That was probably TMI.

    Kelli said...

    I like how you say she likes to be mellow, and keep the excitement to a minimum. That is soooo Maggie! I picture a lot of OB/GYNs like that too so she would be perfect.

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