years ago my neighbors moved in and they had a daughter (then 17) and she gave them hell, all the while they befriended me and wanted my help with her, she ran away and was just her "own person", if you know what I mean. 6 years later she changed her ways and is a wonderful girl, she met a guy and fell in love, got married and pregnant 5 months later. Her mom who is an awesome and sweet woman born and raised in a VERY small ranch in Mexico has been on her like white on rice with the most ridiculous wives tales that they are starting to argue. I am a jokester and always mellow them out with my answers to what mom says but WTH? Can you give me advice so I can show her mom that there is no scientific evidence to what she says? I will give examples in the answer section. Tell me what you think?
Answer by armymum1013 at 6:16 AM on Sep. 6, 2009
Answer by ItsMeGigi69 at 5:20 AM on Sep. 6, 2009
wow, she sounds very superstitious, and I don't know if anything will change her way of thinking. The daughter might just want to take the 'advice' with a grain of salt, smile and say "that's nice ma. Whatever you say ma" and then do her own thing. Maybe she should take her mom with to talk to the ob/gyn about her 'advice'-- if it what her mom says bothers her.
Answer by MizLee at 10:55 AM on Sep. 6, 2009
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