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Age: In Mom Years

mom and child readingYesterday I hung out with two friends, both of whom have daughters around the age of nine. While we chatted, the girls played downstairs, ventured out into the snow and watched cute puppy videos on YouTube.

After about an hour, I heard one of the girls exclaim disbelief at the young age of the other’s mom. See, one of my friends is in her mid twenties, while the other is in her early 50s – sort of opposite ends of the age spectrum when it comes to having young children.

For my part, I was instantly taken back to my third grade classroom and a conversation a few of us were having about the ages of our parents.

“Daaaang! Your parents are oooold…”

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