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13 Comments

  • Moof
    Moof

    January 28, 2006 at 3:23 pm

    Oooh Kim! Gotta really watch out for that between “Momma and Grammy” stage when all of the babies start looking cute.

    Might be time to get a puppy? 😉

    .


  • Kim
    Kim

    January 28, 2006 at 4:54 pm

    I have seven cats and two dogs.
    Doesn’t help….LOLOL!


  • PaedsRN
    PaedsRN

    January 28, 2006 at 5:00 pm

    Don’t start her on puppies, pretty soon she’ll have eight cats and TEN dogs! And I’m sorry, once you’ve gone past seven cats there is simply no hope for you… you’ve become a CRAZY CAT LADY! 🙂

    Now I’ll have to write up about my extremely cute patient from yesterday, just to make your problem worse *evil laugh*


  • Kim
    Kim

    January 28, 2006 at 6:34 pm

    You are so MEAN!!!!!!! And, of course, I’ll HAVE to read it because I’m COMPULSIVELY drawn to it………. LOLOL


  • Difficult Patient
    Difficult Patient

    January 28, 2006 at 11:02 pm

    I totally understand being drawn to those babies . . .My kids are 10 and 14! Oh, and I volunteer in the NICU/ICN! Unfortunately, I can’t have any more babies–I had a hysterectomy a few years ago :o(.


  • Jodi
    Jodi

    January 29, 2006 at 12:56 am

    Good for you Kim!
    Good karma will treat you kindly.
    I’ve been with baby/toddler without a car…It’s what I imagine hell to be like.


  • punchberry
    punchberry

    January 29, 2006 at 1:08 am

    This is a great story Kim; I am so glad that there are kind people like you in the world.

    I also wanted to tell you that I have a little sister who is almost 19 years younger than me. I guess my parents just missed me too much when I went off to college, and then Dana was born the summer between my Freshman and Sophomore years. Anyway, my parents really seem to enjoy her. There were constantly running around, going to school, and working crazy hours when we were little, but now they sort of take their time more. They take her on little day trips, so the “mommy and me” swim lessons (well, my dad does those), etc.


  • Dr Dork
    Dr Dork

    January 29, 2006 at 5:47 am

    Nice, heartwarming story, Kim.

    But seven cats ? And two dogs ?

    How on earth do you find time to feed them all…”dinnertime” must be a nightmare 🙂

    I have a mental image of cats hanging from every limb as you dispense their meals he he he.


  • Tapati
    Tapati

    January 29, 2006 at 9:29 pm

    Hold out for the grandchildren, you’ll enjoy them so much more if you are child free by then and when you’ve spoiled them, can hand them back and enjoy your child free existence. I am in this state now and I am in bliss. I am twice as happy being a grandma as I was being a mom; it’s that wonderful!

    I managed to resist by NOT giving in to the urge to be around and hold babies. That fans the fire. Put the baby down and back away. 🙂


  • I love you.
    Hh


  • kenju
    kenju

    January 30, 2006 at 9:14 pm

    I love you too, Kim; you are a saint!


  • Peggy
    Peggy

    December 27, 2006 at 8:29 am

    Maybe there’s an evolutionary reason for the maternal-t’weens….no babies of our own and our own children not yet bringing out grandies. Other women’s babies get our attention and caring, as Kim describes. Good for humanity!


  • Judy
    Judy

    December 28, 2006 at 11:18 pm

    You already have a sitter. Go for it!

    My older 2 were 12 and 14 when I finally got around to having #3. I haven’t regretted it a bit.

    OTOH, puppies are cheaper.

    Definitely good move on the taxi voucher. If pouring rain and baby don’t justify one, what does?


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