Actually, we don't spend our days making daisy chains and baking.
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We are functioning in a society that pretends women don't grow up to become mothers.
I have two golden rules, critical to my existence around mothers: Never ask a woman if she's pregnant, even when she has her feet in stirrups and a bunch of doctors around her. And never, ever, ask if she's had her haircut.