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Who is your mom role model?

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I would have to say my Nana

Without a doubt, I have to say my Nana. She was an unbelievable mom — she put her children first. I would watch her and see how much she loved her sons and lived for her sons. There is nothing in the world more important to me than that, and that was something that I saw in my Nana when I was a kid.

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Spa services for toddlers – yay or nay?

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It’s creepy

Spa services for toddlers? I don’t even know what that means. That’s not to say I wouldn’t go get a mommy-and-me manicure, but massages and things like that? It’s creepy.

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What did you get in trouble for most when you were young?

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My mouth

My mouth. Shocking, I’m sure. I can remember that one thing my parents always told me was, “It’s not what you said. It’s how you said it.” I was either sarcastic, or I was talking back, or I was mouthing off. My mom and I clashed a lot when I was in my preteen and teenage years.

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What’s your favorite mommy/daughter thing to do?

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Anything that makes my child happy

Snuggles and tickles and really any activity. We love it all. Any activity that makes my child happy is my favorite activity. When you see your child happy, it’s a great experience.

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Who was in the delivery room with you?

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I invited everybody

I didn’t really know what to expect when I was about to deliver, so I invited everybody into the room. My mother-in-law was in the room, as well as one of my good friends. Of course my husband was there and I think I had some drop-in visitors here and there. I didn’t realize how much I would not want anybody in the room until the labor pain really kicked in.

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