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12 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - A day at the snircus! · 0 replies · +1 points

And guaranteed sodium free.

12 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - A day at the snircus! · 2 replies · +1 points

For some reason that sounds delicious to me. Slurcus. Mmmmmmm.

12 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - Things are going to be... · 0 replies · +1 points


12 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - Norwegian DILF rocks t... · 0 replies · +1 points

My husband practiced with a teddy bear :o)

12 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - ...And my midwife make... · 0 replies · +1 points

Haha Kelli, it was most certainly in the US, in Damariscotta, Maine to be exact. Miles Memorial Hospital, and it was freakin' awesome. Actually, you probably read about it here:

12 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - Eating placenta rocked... · 0 replies · +1 points

Everyone in my birthing class thinks I'm a nutball because more than half my questions are about the placenta. I just think the idea of my body BUILDING an organ, and then getting rid of it when it's done, is so cool! I definitely want to see mine.

I'd like to have mine encapsulated too, but no one around here does it, and I also don't think I'd be able to take them - I have a hard enough time swallowing my prenatals because they "smell funny."

13 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - 3 lessons for an aweso... · 0 replies · +1 points

This looks like it was so much fun! My friends just threw me a shower this past weekend, and I was similarly delighted with the lack of plastic crap and shower games. Instead, guests brought gift certificates for babysitting, handmade quilts and mix cds, and everyone decorated my belly with face paints and spread out on the floor with markers and fabric scraps to make a set of prayer flags for the Bundle's room. Beautiful.

13 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - Beautiful belly pendan... · 1 reply · +1 points

I bought one of these pendants for a friend whose first baby was premature. She made me one with a clock on the belly ( ), with the clock hands pointing to the due date - and my friend made it all the way there with her second. They really are thoughtful and beautiful.

13 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - First, second, and thi... · 2 replies · +1 points

Hahaha. We had dinner with good friends the other night, who have a 7 month old. We were discussing gay marriage (a big issue right now here in Maine) and our friend said very seriously, "I don't care what he turns out like, as long as he's not a Republican."

13 years ago @ Offbeat Mama - Delectable feather bab... · 0 replies · +1 points

Ha! I actually OWN my son's first tutu! It's teal and dark purple and studded with dinosaurs!