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Re: throw away society

Ceres, maybe that will happen.  At this point she is unhappy because she 
doesn't have enough time with the child, though she has a very good job that she 
enjoys, and a very competant "nanny" and my son works from home and is on hand 
for the child most of the time.  He kept the baby last spring while she went 
on a skiing weekend with college girlfriends.  Some women don't know when they 
are lucky.  It's hard to feel sorry for her.
In a message dated 11/22/2003 10:13:37 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> In a message dated 11/21/03 5:26:38 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:
> <<I just hope they can relax a bit and let him be a normal child.  The 
> mother is an engineer - a real, licensed one - and an absolute 
> perfectionist. 
> >>
> Auralie, my sister had 3 children after age 40 (seem like this was the only 
> thing she had not experienced) and to our amazement she had no patience with 
> anyone or anything EXCEPT her children.
>   Ceres

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