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Monthly Archives: July 2007

I just saw some of the most amazing pictures of the most beautiful newborn with a head so perfectly round she looked like a little perfectly sculpted doll. Of course, she was a C section baby. That’s the trade off for having the doctor rip open your abdomen to remove an 8 lb growth – […]

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Happy hour yesterday with some former co-workers was interesting. I left this job before the Baby Rabies infected me. In fact, as of the last day of this job back in April, I was pretty adamant and outspoken about being soooo not ready for kiddos for at LEAST 5 years. Several of them, all of […]

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Okay ladies and gents (are there any gents out there reading this?), we all know the world of parenthood is ripe with judgement. You can smell it’s thick vapors permeating off of mommy and me groups, and you can feel it’s heat and intensity in the sharp, unapproving glares from people in line at the […]

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A pack of ovulation predictor tests, a bottle of Merlot, and a box of tampons…those three things in my grocery cart at Target could only mean one thing – the bitch is back. I held out as long as I could, trying to convince myself I was one of those freakish women who would never […]

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If you got here via my siggy on The Knot or The Nest and notice that it looks different, that’s because I’ve moved it to my own domain – babyrabies.com, so I can have a little more freedom with the layout and design. If you had the old site bookmarked, please note this change since […]

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I am afraid I will lose interest in my baby. I have always been a sort of one-track, task focused type of gal. I find one thing I want, and put every last ounce of effort toward it until it is mine. It’s been like this as long as I can remember – cheerleading sqaud, […]

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Even though my husband has been entertaining the idea of having kiddos long before I gave in, it was merely a small infection, a constant low grade baby fever. It had not taken over his brain and body as a form of Baby Rabies up until a few days ago. We went out for lunch […]

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I have a feeling this may be a recurring post theme on here. Let me kick them off by saying I have an irrational fear that when I become a mother I will no longer have time to put on makeup, and I will spend the next 4-6 years of my life only remotely resembling […]

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