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TITLE: Having a baby changes everything
By michelle Hays
08/26/06
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The arrival of that first baby can change life for a young woman. This piece depicts how the basic things of life have been turned topsy turvey.
Being a mother (to a baby) has taught me valuable life lessons. They are summed up in the following twelve points:

1. Sleep, in any position, still counts as sleep.

2. Food, in any presentation, still counts as food.

3. There IS a way to sneeze silently.

4. It is perfectly sensible to go around making animal noises all day long.

5. Pea and carrot stains are now fashionable to wear.

6. Staying up late is a bad idea.

7. Diapers are like a box of chocolates- you never know what you're gonna get.

8. Dinning out in style means going to the nearest Burger King.

9. You CAN learn to sleep on command.

10. Driving and singing MUST go hand in hand.

11. Sleeping in, means waking up at 7AM

12. Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but caffiene is a mother's constant companion.

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