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    Oh, good! You get there two months before me! (Jan 19 is that milestone for me) You can let me know if I ought to stay 39.
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    Topsy, you share the date and the Big One with my dh. He's decided to hold off on his mid-life crisis for awhile.
    Mama to one son (12)

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    Quote Originally Posted by camaro View Post
    Oh, good! You get there two months before me! (Jan 19 is that milestone for me) You can let me know if I ought to stay 39.
    I can probably save you the suspense and tell you now....


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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeymom View Post
    Topsy, you share the date and the Big One with my dh. He's decided to hold off on his mid-life crisis for awhile.
    Ooooh....very cool!!! My mom always has told me that I was born an adult, so I'm thinking I probably had my mid-life crisis as a teenager and now it is just smooth sailing.


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    Some days I want a mid-life crisis. Until then I will remain a grownup 7. (I tell DD that 37 is a grownup 7.)
    I can give you the answer, but I can't understand it for you.

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    But still miraculously my own.
    Never forget for a single minute,
    You didn't grow under my heart - but in it
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    Party at your house for one rocking cool girlie
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    Homeschooling two boys (17 and 12),3 dogs, 3 fish, 2 goats, 2 guineas and one grown man in NC since 2008! AND proud mama has 6 Rhode Island Red girls!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topsy View Post
    I can probably save you the suspense and tell you now....
    Having passed that milestone 7(!) years ago, I can tell you that it only gets better after 40 and staying 39 is highly overrated!
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    I'll be closer to 40 then 30 come the 11th, I think we're going bowling. It's amazing how having children changes the way you celebrate birthdays. At least I'll remember it when I fall on my backside. Unlike 12 years ago when I woke up the day after with a huge bruise on my behind, and no recolection of how it got there.
    Mom to Alex, 9 and Aubrey, 7
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