Are you a new mom? Are there certain things you wish you knew before the baby came? (I Think I'd I have more than 10!!!) Here's what most mom's said in a new poll:
Top ten things mothers wish they'd known
1. Why the baby cries
2. How to cope with sleepless nights
3. The sheer responsibility of being a parent
4. Whether to let them cry themselves out
5. How to get baby settled into a routine
6. How to recognize when baby is ill and not just grumpy
7. How to juggle the house-cleaning with looking after baby
8. Whether you should be querying things with a doctor/health visitor
9. Knowing that moms in the same position may only be appearing to cope
10. How to cook a meal while looking after baby
What a game last night! I'll admit it I didn't give the Bears much of a chance against the Packers who have dominated the series in Green Bay. However, in the battle of the backup quarterbacks, we had enough to win... the defense still STINKS! I'm totally pumped to do some tailgating this Sunday for the Bears/Lions game! So far after 9 Weeks of Football Picks this is where we stand:
How was your weekend?!? Had a chance to check out Thomas Rhett at Joe's Bar in Chicago Saturday night and it was fantastic! I wasn't sure what to expect, because I only know about 4 songs of his, but I left a big fan! If you haven't picked up his debut album, I totally recommend it!
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JOSH BROLIN PICKS DRUNKEN FIGTH WITH BOUNCER, THEN HUGS IT OUT
A drunken Josh Brolin got into a bizarre fight outside a Santa Monica bar early Friday morning. In video obtained by TMZ, the actor can be seen brawling with the bouncers at O’Brien’s Irish Pub before one of the security guys convinces him to hug it out instead. At the end of the clip, the bouncer attempts to hail Brolin a cab as the wasted star tries to stumble away.
ALLIGATOR FOUND CRAWLING AROUND O'HARE AIRPORT
Officials in Chicago caught a foot-long alligator found crawling around Terminal 3 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Passengers spotted the animal Friday under an escalator and called police asking for help. "Figured somebody was messing with us," said Chicago Police Officer Anthony Oliver. Department of Aviation workers used a dustpan and broom to catch the animal and it was turned over to the city's animal control department. Police aren't sure how the alligator came to be at the airport, but suspect it may be the same one someone spotted being carried onto the Blue Line train. A photo of that animal on Twitter closely matches the appearance of the one caught at the airport. The alligator will be released into the wild after being held and receiving medical treatment for six months. It appears its owners didn't feed it properly.
CHER TO GUEST JUDGE AND PERFORM ON DWTS
Cher will be the special guest judge and performer this week on Dancing With The Stars. One thing you will NOT see her do is dance, the singer admits to being scared!
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