Forum Post: How do deal with apathetic family?
Posted 02/22/2012 06:21:10 EST
I am in the middle of 3 girls and have 2 kids and I say just let it go!!!! Enjoy your pregnancy, motherhood, creating your own family. Start developing a network of women expecting the same time and more »
Forum Post: Any VBAC or RCS folks out there?
Posted 12/31/2011 03:13:21 EST
First child was delivered by cesearean at NEMC. 2nd child I started as a patient at MGH but they were frighteningly aggressive about scheduling a cesearean, so I did A LOT of research, talked to A LO more »
Forum Post: SAHM. Likes and Dislikes
Posted 11/30/2011 04:24:48 EST
I left the workforce after my son was hospitalized and the day care choices where we lived were very depressing. He is totally fine now, we moved and had a second. My children are sweet and generall more »
Forum Post: Second C-Section... VBAC too risky?
Posted 10/21/2011 03:56:24 EDT
I ran from MGH (as the doctor was frighteninly aggressive about scheduling a cesearean) at 30 weeks to the midwife practice at Newton-Wellsley hospital. Please ignore what some guy wrote above. That more »
Forum Post: Working moms - How do you do it?
Posted 09/01/2011 03:27:55 EDT
Quit your job and stay home if you can. That is a choice. more »
Forum Post: Brigham vs. Newton-Wellesley
Posted 03/21/2011 07:07:30 EDT
Highly highly recommend the midwives at NW. I had a drug-free (excruciatingly painful) VBAC which I literally pushed for -pun intended. Now I have a genius, zen daughter. more »
Forum Post: Winter burnout
Posted 02/27/2011 05:21:36 EST
I'm burnt out from winter. Would love to go somewhere warm with just my 5 year old, has to be in the USA as my passport expired (it's en route to renewal), a hotel with a kids program/c more »
Forum Post: Daycare questions
Posted 10/13/2010 06:26:23 EDT
Is staying home an option? more »
Forum Post: Giving birth at MGH Boston?
Posted 05/15/2009 04:30:06 EDT
At my 6th month, I switched from MGH to the midwife practice at Newton-Wellsley as MGH was frighteningly aggressive about planning a cesearean thus pro-surgery. I am so happy I switched to NW as I ha more »
Forum Post: Shopping for Tweens
Posted 08/06/2008 03:58:34 EDT
I was just there today. Talbots kids is having a major going out of business sale. Sears has the Lands End line which has a "school uniform" look. (I wish all schools had uniforms truthfully.) I've ha more »
Forum Post: 40th birthday
Posted 04/22/2008 08:13:47 EDT
I'm trying to plan a 40th birthday party; living in metrowest.� Any suggestions? Thanks !
Forum Post: Tried any new spa/salon treatments?
Posted 03/23/2008 04:11:56 EDT
Any recommendations of where to get laser hair removal? Thanks ~ R. more »
Forum Post: Divorced Parents
Posted 02/20/2008 06:40:18 EST
I was so done with family drama, we just invited friends and got married in a temple in Vegas.á Sad that I couldn't have the traditional wedding, but very, very liberating.á If you want more tips on a more »
Forum Post: I'm visiting soon with young son....
Posted 02/13/2008 03:15:32 EST
I would walk around, bar hop and get a beer/soda at each one. They are all good, some have more local flavor than others. Are you planning a tour of Fenway? That's on my to-do list. Signed Rachel, a 4 more »
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