"I'm going to un-friend you on facebook because you do not look like you just had a baby a week ago." - sorry?
"What's her name? ... Oh I know SO MANY Mia's. Like, SO many." - great.
"Are you guys finished yet? Is there some literature out there I can get for you (to teach you about prevention)?"
(This one is my favorite) - "I'm the oldest of three and I am SO glad my parent's didn't have a fourth." - um... okay.
This is the one I hear from almost everyone, it's not necessarily a bad thing to say, I just get it A LOT, "Two boys and two girls? Oh, the perfect family." Does that mean before Mia we had an imperfect family?
I also hear endless comments on how much hair she has. This doesn't bother me at all, especially if it comes from a newer friend who never saw my other kids as babies. But come on friends, my babies are hairy, this is nothing new. A bald baby - now THAT would be something to comment on.
Oh, and just to give all y'all a little heart attack... I saw a very pregnant girl walking the other day and I totally sighed, Awwwh, with a hint of envy in it. I think I will always have that longing, which is why I can't ever say for 100% certain yes or no when people ask me if we're done, which everyone does. Duggars we are not, but "done" just seems so final. Maybe it's because that's what has defined me for 5 years, being pregnant. If I'm not pregnant or mothering an infant, than who am? Yikes! I think we've entered another blog topic...