Forevermore, Tuesdays shall be dubbed TMI TUESDAYS.
When my face wasn't being slapped with pictures of diarrhea diapers and baby ass rashes, I was drowning in a sea of posts about every other bodily function possible. By the way, NO I DON'T KNOW WHY YOUR BABY IS HAVING DIARRHEA. Asking, "My baby has diarrhea, what do you think is wrong, if anything?" demonstrates to me that you actually lack the basic understanding to differentiate between a group of online women and doctors.
We started our morning with a woman wondering aloud if she was the only one who didn't "want it up the butt?" I imagine she woke up and was like, I need something to talk about. Baby shit is taken, hmmmm. HMMMMM. OMG. No one has talked about taking it up the ass today. The Mommy Group is PERFECT for this.
It wasn't long before another gal popped by, starting a riveting comment thread insisting that our vaginas must change after birth- she's just sure of it! Even her doctor joked that he lost count of how many stitches he put in there! I'm confused... is she part of some alternate universe where women act like birth was easy? Like our vaginas just bounced back, no questions asked? I need to know why she feels this is a revelation.
On TMI Tuesdays, expect the sex polls. "How long have you all gone without having sex with your husband? I bet I can beat it! WINKY FACE!" Wait, what? Why on earth is this a competition you'd want to win? Also, GOD would I love to hear the Ryan's Roses episode on this shit.
We were also informed that a woman couldn't find her IUD string and she couldn't recall the last time she checked for it. Good idea. One of these moms can certainly find it for you over the internet. I think you're on to something.
Ladies, I don't want to know about your tampons, or how many stitches you got, or the bowel movement you had this morning.
I mean, I guess don't stop. I'll need new posts to write about next Tuesday. But can we not with the pictures?