It seems I broke some kind of self-respect code when I went for the Mom-mobile choice instead of the rugged cool ride. “Oh, you got a minivan,” friends commented with pinched faces, as if I had accessorized my outfit with a poopy diaper and used a Baby Bjorn for a purse. There was no way to get the mom off of me if I was driving around Charlotte in a minivan.
It seems I broke some kind of self-respect code when I went for the Mom-mobile choice instead of the rugged cool ride. “Oh, you got a minivan,” friends commented with pinched faces, as if I had accessorized my outfit with a poopy diaper and used a Baby Bjorn for a purse. There was no way to get the mom off of me if I was driving around Charlotte in a minivan. Lenny Ignelzi AP
It seems I broke some kind of self-respect code when I went for the Mom-mobile choice instead of the rugged cool ride. “Oh, you got a minivan,” friends commented with pinched faces, as if I had accessorized my outfit with a poopy diaper and used a Baby Bjorn for a purse. There was no way to get the mom off of me if I was driving around Charlotte in a minivan. Lenny Ignelzi AP
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