Monday Momsense #21 – Tips For a Successful Mom’s Night Out

After birthing babies, or adopting or fostering babies, a night out on the town is certainly not what it used to be. In this week’s Momsense video, Mama Mary imparts a few helpful tips on what to do while preparing for a mom’s night out (these tips can be applied to dads as well, no elitism here.)



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    Mammary? You rule! LMAO! xox

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    Did you ever see that Naked Gun where Leslie Nielsen tells that big tall guy that he had something on his mouth and the big tall guy wipes his mouth and a banana fell off?

    That reminded me of your shoulder tip.

    Love the tips, love the lady, love the Momsense.

    Chai McFly!

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    MomZombie says:

    LOL! I cannot tell you how many times I’d arrive to work in my beautiful suit or snappy blazer and look in the mirror to see a chunk of dried peanut butter on my shoulder or sleeve. I started keeping a package of baby wipes in my desk to "de-baby" myself before heading out on interviews.

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    Crystal says:

    Awwww…I can’t wait to have a night out on the town again. It will probably be awhile since the kiddo will be attached to my boobs for the next few months.

    The shoulder thing TOTALLY happens to me ALL the time. It also happens on the knee area of my pants. And it can never be anything the same color as my pants…if I’m wearing a dark color pant – it will be white toothpaste – if I’m wearing light color pants, it will be granola bar chocolate.

    The babysitter moola thing is funny – good thing my babysitter is my mother-in-law…the only thing we have subjected her to is our rantings while buzzed. Hubby and I recount stories that we think are totally funny, but MIL probably doesn’t think it’s quite as funny – but she humors us.

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