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What movie scared you as a child?

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Back then? So scary

I think the two scariest ones that stand out to me — the first was “The Exorcist” where the girl’s head spins around. Little did I know that one day my children would be doing the same thing. And then the Freddy Krueger movies. Which now watch it and think how stupid it is, but back then? So scary. Now as an adult, I don’t watch scary movies. I’m a wimp, I can’t handle it.

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What movie scared you as a child?

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What unnecessary thing do you think new moms worry about but shouldn’t?

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It’s hard to tell a new mom to not worry

The umbilical stump is really not that big of a deal. With my first baby, I was freaked out that it was some sort of a portal, so if there was an infection it would go right in. We would dangle the child over the sink and wash that way so we wouldn’t get it wet. I don’t know if anyone else goes through this — maybe it’s just me, maybe I’m nuts. It’s hard to tell a new mom to not worry. When my kids were born, I watched them breathe. It’s part of a mom’s job to worry.

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Name something you miss about your kids being babies

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What scares you the most about getting older?

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I’m not afraid of anything

As far as getting older, I’m really not afraid of anything. I don’t live my life from a place of fear. I do get scared of things. But if something comes into my life that is challenging and scary, I’m going to do it. My husband and I have these long talks about aging, and he says he’s excited to see when I stop coloring my hair and it’s long and white. He has this image of me with a long, white braid down my back and all these grandkids around me while I work in children’s theater. That’s what I think my future holds and I don’t see anything scary about that at all.

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