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August 30, 2010

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Ever mom feels that way... You still beautiful in your
hubby's eyes..nice blog

Man, what are they thinking not getting a photo of you RIGHT NOW? I am totally serious. They could make a statement about pregnant women being sexy. Which would generate controversy ($$$$!) and would totally fit with the theme of your book.

Wimps.

Anyway, if I were you, I would not worry about the sexy in these pictures. First of all the sexiest part of you is your brain, which will surely be made clear in the interview. Second, it's a MAGAZINE. Magazine photographers are hired specifically because they know how to use good lighting, flowing cloth and Photoshop to make any woman look like an unearthly goddess.

I mean, seriously, do you think those six weeks post-partum models and actresses editors are always putting on magazine covers (specifically to make us ordinary mortal women hate ourselves enough to buy the magazine's advice on how to hide our shame with makeup and clothes) REALLY magically bounce back like Nerf, without even a single stretch mark? I don't think so.

I didn't mind pictures within a few hours of our most recent family addition. I don't know what your problem is!

and now you know why all the celebrity moms only have pictures of their faces with their new babies on the magazine covers :) I'm sure you'll do great!

You will look beautiful!

Definitely not moms! Ha!

Ever read The Diary of a Mad Mom-to-Be? At one point prior to having the baby, she reschedules her hair appointment to be like 6 weeks after having the baby. I had already had one baby when I read that part, and I just laughed and laughed! I'm sure people who aren't moms didn't realize that was a funny part, but it is.

I'm sure you'll look gorgeous and have that after-baby glow... to match the bags under the eyes and haggard face of a mom-of-a-newborn. But really? You always look gorgeous.

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