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Stefanie Wilder-Taylor is the host of Parental Discretion on NickMom as well as the author of four books including Sippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay and Naptime Is the New Happy Hour. She also hosts the podcast For Crying Out Loud.

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Eight Ways Becoming a Mom is Like Going Back to High School.

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Have you recently had a baby and suddenly realized that you’ve landed in a strange land with music you don’t recognize and TV shows everyone’s heard of but you? Do you not fit into your clothes but have no understanding of what people are wearing now? Do you have to make all new friends? Welcome to Baby High! Yes, becoming a parent is eerily similar to going back to high school. Here are eight ways they compare.nggallery template=’carousel’ id=’46′

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Eight ways becoming a mom is like going back to high school

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  1. Rebecca says:

    Your mac n cheese and fish sticks comment made me laugh because my son is like your Sadie. The kid only eats fresh fruits and veggies. You mentioned that’s all Sadie eats once, right? Anyway, we are sooooo glad our school offers salad daily. Otherwise my son would starve.

    And the Janie and Jack and Laurie and Zanes cracked me up too because I knew them all. I especially love the Spring/Summer line at Janie & Jack but don’t really like the fall/winter line. Do you guys have a Naartije nearby where you live? If not, check them out. I absolutely LOVE their clothing. I kinda want one of every piece they sell in their store for Isabella and even some for myself.

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