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Rose on

Am I the only one who finds it disturbing that there are 57 pictures of Nicole/Harlow on that site. It’s bad enough to think that the paparazzi are stalking people to get one picture and then go on their merry way – but to stick around long enough to take 57 pictures, that’s just disturbing. Not to mention, who even wants to see 57 pictures of someone else’s child – one or two would be sufficient.

MZ on

Rose, w/ the cameras they use they can get 57 pictures in a matter of seconds. They take many pictures in quick succession.

Rose on

MZ: The pictures were clearly taken over a longer period than a few seconds. If you go look at them it’s obvious that it was at least a few minutes it took, and I find that disturbing.

Silly Mama on

Regarding the article about 10 signs that you might be pregnant:

I am most probably pregnant now (won’t find out until next week) and I’ve got to say – my boobs usually hurt before my period, so it’s not so surprising that they are sore now (my period should/would arrive on Monday – it’s ALWAYS a Monday *rolls eyes*), but now my nipples themselves are especially grouchy. If the wind blows the wrong way, I’m nearly in tears because they are so tender. Perhaps they should have included that in the article?

I already have two boys, and you’d think that I’d remember a detail like that from the previous two pregnancies, but no. My little one is 5 now and I seem to have selectively forgotten such annoyances after so long. If this is just the beginning, maybe Angie Harmon was on to something.

Wish me luck! My oldest one is ten, so I seem to have a knack for having them 5 years apart. I think they call that “a glutton for punishment.” :0)

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