A few quick items to clear out the browser tabs: There's a party in my tummy tuck! Can't quite figure out what the takeaway is on the "Mom Job" post-pregnancy plastic surgery package article in the NYT, but Karen's quote from StrollerDerby is very pert. Inent. Pertinent. Sorry. [nyt]
In other crazy insecurity news, you're only as good as your expensive stroller: "As a first-time mom I had no idea of the importance of having a high-end stroller," said Sarah Francomano, 35, of Foxborough. "I registered for a Graco, I got the Graco, I like the Graco, but I have to admit that I am embarrassed by the Graco when I take my son into the city. I guess I really am this shallow." Yes, you are. That's why I live in the city. On the bright side, that's another $800 you can put towards the Mom Job. [boston.com via dt reader sara]
Parenting 2.0 - No pressure, but you are the curator of your child's permanent digital identity: "I don't blame my friends for making [their baby blog] private and saving themselves the headache of contextualization; social networking terrorists are everywhere, as are other online predators." Terrorist vs . Predator sounds like a Netflix pick. Also, does Babble get its own category? Cuz they both sound kind of harsh. [frogdesign via swissmiss]
Oh wait, that's it. Just three. Contest ends in an hour and a half, folks!