Susan effortlessly comforted her 9-month-old gal while her pre-schooler caroused around the event we were both attending with gleeful confidence. The three ladies all looked so put together and had such ease, so I was instantly impressed.
When I asked Lee for some advice as a newly arrived Los Angeleno, she was ready with suggestions, sympathy (as a Chicago transplant herself), and a smile. I knew I had to check out Mommas in the House and found it to be similarly filled with fantastic parenting and community information presented in a positive manner.
Here's how Lee answered my five questions:
Hmm ... I used to be able contort my body. Not anymore. After two kids, knee surgery, broken toes, and multiple injuries -- I'm just lucky to be walking normally.
What's your proudest parenting moment?
What's your secret coping mechanism?
When your baby is old enough to Google, which blog post are you most afraid of her reading?
What's the best piece of parenting advice you can give?