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    Grandparent Preferences: Good Enough Moms


    Q: My husband & I have two children. Our daughter is 8 months old and our son is 2 ½. Due to our very busy schedules as working parents, we rely on help from my parents and my in-laws. My son has a close bond with my father- and mother-in-law, whom he sees almost daily. He only sees my parents on the weekends when they baby-sit or have dinner with us. Now, when my parents come over to care for my son he gets upset and asks for his other grandparents.

    Q: My husband & I have two children. Our daughter is 8 months old and our son is 2 ½. Due to our very busy schedules as working parents, we rely on help from my parents and my in-laws. My son has a close bond with my father- and mother-in-law, whom he sees almost daily. He only sees my parents on the weekends when they baby-sit or have dinner with us. Now, when my parents come over to care for my son he gets upset and asks for his other grandparents. We frequently get together with both sides of our families (my parents and my husbands parents together), which has become something I dread because I know my parents are hurt by ... Continue reading Grandparent Preferences: Good Enough Moms.


    Get That Plastic Surgeon's Needle Away From My Eyelid!


    By Lenore Skenazy

    Women have always tried to improve on what God gave 'em: paint on the cheeks, hoops on the skirt, Kleenex in the bra. Fine.

    But eyelash transplants? Actual, stick-a-needle-near-my-eye SURGERY when all you really have to do is glue on a pair of false ones and flounce around looking like Liza?

    And who wants to look like Liza, anyway? (Or flounce?)

    Alas, sane readers, these transplants are the newest thing. Hair follicles are harvested from the back of one's scalp and sewn to the eyelid, like fringe on a poncho. The new lashes look long, longer ... and longer still. In fact, they keep growin ... Continue reading Get That Plastic Surgeon's Needle Away From My Eyelid!.