@hallelujah although by pregnancy three they were so used to me throwing up in my trash can, I didn't even have to make an announcement. Then I got smart and stopped having babies
@halleluja yes! to getting caught throwing up. My coworkers thought I was tryîng to work with the flu and kept telling me to go to the doctor because I wasn't getting better
I have a son on the spectrum and loved reading this description.
I remember hating the time my mom spent working to get her master's degree and now I feel like such a brat for complaining about making dinner while she was writing a thesis. I love how accepting your mom is of where you were in your life.
@sophia_h 100% agree. Roger is a shit, but he owns it. Don tries to pretend he is honorable and decent and , well, no.
@iceberg to clarify, she said she thought having two kids less than two years apart was harder than twins, not that twins was harder than triplets.
Loves this! I had three single babies in three years and I have always been curious how this compares to multiples. A friend with twins said my way was harder, but I am not sure I agree :)
I have enjoyed all of these interviews, but this one really hits home. I have a preschool son on the spectrum and I have often wondered what his adult relationships and dating experiences will be like. If he is as insightful and concerned about others as you appear to be, I will consider myself a lucky mom.
They didn't even mention Sweet Martha's Cookies! The best of the best MN State Fair food.
Strictly based on "I have three kids" and not on science. I think this happens after they turn one. Like in the old days infant fatality was high, but if you made it through the first year, chances of survival was higher and this was the way of protecting moms if they lost a baby. I loved my kids as babies, but it was a different love after they were one.