Let's say I regularly read US Weekly magazine---I am NOT saying that, but let's say for the sake of argument I did read an issue. And let's say I was reading an article about how very, very lucky a female celebrity felt because her husband was so kindly supportive of her goal to be as hot as humanly possible. And let's say I was perusing her sample daily menu, NOT that I would be interested in what is probably a PACK OF LIES.
And let's say I came to the part where she says she would normally eat Splenda-sweetened desserts, but can't because she's breastfeeding. Would I:
A) Assume that someone who thinks it's genuinely helpful and supportive when her husband says things such as "Are you sure you should be eating that?" doesn't know her skinny, well-toned ass from a hole in the ground?
B) Panic and consult Dr. Google?
C) First A, followed by a furtive version of B, followed by feeling really stupid for not sticking confidently with A?
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...