I may be married to Ward Cleaver,
and the mother of Wally and The Beaver,
but make no mistake
- I'll never be June Cleaver!
Ah, I've sneezed and wet my pants before...it's got little to do with age!I sent you an invite to your e-mail address for the blogger site and approved you for the Live site...they're both basically the same. More people are using blogger now.
Honey, the night sweats come way before the hot flashes, geez... and there is the weight gain and the crabbiness worse than any PMS you've ever seen and the hormonal crying jags, and the... Oh never mind don't want to scare you or anything...PS There is an art form to positioning one's self at the onset of the sneeze to avoid this new phase of wetting one's self, maybe one day I can teach that to you.
I have done that before too.... and I am past 40
I do that more often than I am willing to admit in public, and hey I am 45 and yes those flashes have started to happen here, too!
Oh please, if that was the first time, consider yorself lucky!What month is your b-day?
Soon you will be squeezing your legs together to keep from wetting yourself when you laugh, or cough. Last week I was at a friend's birthday party and she got me laughing so hard I thought I was going to wet myself. I tried to head to the bathroom but didn't dare walk for fear my pants would be soaked. As I stood there with my legs crossed, the rest of the guests got a great laugh out of my dilemma! Geeze, I am not ready for old folks undergarments...am I?
It may have little to do with age as it does child birth, but as a woman at 37 I completely feel your pain in that it FEELS like its because of age. Feels like one more thing is sagging or falling apart. lol
You better get crackin on the Kegels or you will have more trouble than a dignified woman needs. Did you know that your girl stuff can actually fall out your vajayjay if you let your pelvic floor muscles go?? True story.A friend of mine specializes in sewing it all back in place and it's not pretty.But Kat should totally do a PSA on how to sneeze and stay dry.
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