@VDRE it's totally summer heights high!
@Emma Peel also, figleaves.com. They carry really great brands for small band/big boobs that are also pretty. Think Freya and Elle McPherson. They're are always some on sale. Always.
All I ever say about hair products is this: hairspray should ALWAYS be aerosol and the cheaper the better. real talk.
@dj pomegranate they don't have to be expensive! lots of drugstore hair products are wonderful! buy sample sizes in the travel section to see what you like.
@CountessMaritza Sure, it's not old relatively speaking but in terms of motherhood it is not young. An unpleasant fact about modern life is that we don't want to have children when our bodies are in their peak child bearing years and waiting until you're in your mid-30s, which definitely has it's benefits!, is actually old on the motherhood spectrum so to describe her as a young mother is a little ridiculous. And, yes! You're totally good and have so much time to have fun and be happy!
Anyway, I think Nicole clarified what she meant and i'm sorry that this is getting off topic because I think there are some really great things in this interview and don't want to distract too much from that.
@hungrybee The high-waisted flowing pant! Hello, my 8th grade dance outfit. I welcome it all.
@Nicole Cliffe I figured that was the case but wanted to point it out. I was a "young mother" as I had a child before I was allowed to legally drink and the experience at 20 is much different than at 34 (still parenting) so I am a little sensitive to this. Thanks for the clarification!
@OhMarie Mine, too! So I sent my kid there because there's nothing wrong with that! I mean, for the people who opt-out, fuck them. The rest of us will stick around and contribute.
@Elizabeth Switaj@twitter Not to mention that the anti-vaxxers depend on everyone else to vaccinate their children in order to keep their kids healthy. This is the part that drives me fucking crazy. It's so entitled.
I don't get the descriptor, "young mother". She's 34 years old, which isn't young in terms of motherhood.
Is it because she just became a mother? Shouldn't it then be that she's the mother of young children/child? I know it seems nit-picky but it feels like this descriptor, which I see often, is a reflection of our inability to recognize that we are adults and want to prolong our adolescence well into our 30s.