12.23.2006

Yummy Mummy Olmak // Anne Olmak


www.babycentre.co.uk 'de bir yazı ile karşılaştım. 'biz' ve 'onlar' olarak ikiye ayırmışlar durumu hatta... Ciddi bir tartışma dönüyor. Kısaca şöyle, hamileler çadır kılığında gezip kendine bakmamalı mı veya anne olunca kendini bırakıp herşeyini çocuğuna mı adamalısın... ya da her ikisini de eşit ağırlıklı yürütebilir misin.... Havalı anne olmak cıs-kaka mıdır?


...We've all seen them. Those glamorous mums-to-be who shop, lunch and totter their way through pregnancy in sexy shoes, proudly displaying their perfect little bumps like the latest Lulu Guinness handbag. They might have pots of money and a wardrobe to make Carrie Bradshaw envious but would you really want to be a Yummy Mummy?


On getting pregnant
We: keep it a closely guarded secret for a while, inventing outrageous excuses for our funny behaviour.
She: takes out an ad in the Telegraph announcing her achievement and an ETA for yummy mummy junior.
On morning sickness
We: become intimately acquainted with the toilet bowl and abandon all hope of ever holding on to our breakfast cereal.
She: disguises her bleary eyes with Gucci sunglasses and recommends pregnancy to her friends - it's fabulous for detoxing, darling.
On pregnancy diets
We: love the eating-for-two excuse and stuff our faces full of chocolate, doughnuts, cake and crisps.
She: trembles in her Manolos at the thought of putting on weight and books a crisis session with her consultant nutritionist.
On the pregnancy blues
We: slob around in our pyjamas, eating enormous tubs of ice cream and weeping over terrible daytime TV.
She: hails a cab to see her creative healer, Nigel - proudly clutching her moonstone and practising a spot of ashtanga yoga on the back seat.
On hair
We: put off going to the hairdresser for fear of scaring him with our wild, untamed manes. She: enjoys a weekly trim at John Frieda, reading Tatler and Vogue while her highlights are touched up.
On the first signs of a bump
We: squeeze into our trusty old jeans for as long as physically possible, even though the top button's popped off.
She: dashes to Push in Islington for some customised Earl jeans, then over to 9London for another little black dress.
On maternity shopping
We: Pick up some bargains from the high street, hiding the credit card bill when we splash out on something special.
She: salivates at the opportunity to buy a whole new wardrobe and enlists a team of personal shoppers. How else would she carry all the bags, silly?
On pregnancy pampering
We: feel grateful to have 10 minutes of peace in the bathroom with a gossipy magazine and a splash of Radox.
She: thinks that 'low-maintenance' means going a week without a pregnancy facial and massage at the Elemis Spa.
On buying things for baby
We: borrow stuff from friends and feel rather pleased when we find a bargain 10-pack set of babygros in Asda.
She: heads off to The Cross in West London to make a list and hires a party organiser to throw her a baby shower.
On skincare
We: ditch cleansing, toning and moisturising in favour of an extra ten minutes in bed. She: is soooo inspired by her fabulous 'glow' that she dreams up her very own skincare range and pitches it to Clarins.

On shoes
We: are so alarmed by the change in our centre of gravity that we squeeze our swollen ankles into some rather large and clumpy flats - better to be comfy than clumsy, eh? She: is aware that motherhood means making sacrifices - and reduces the 85mm heel on her Jimmy Choos to a highly unglamorous 65mm...

On underwear
We: abandon thongs in fear of losing them somewhere they shouldn't be(!) and opt for comfort over class - it's big knickers all the way.
She: squeezes into lacy Myla and plans to wear Agent Provocateur on her big night out at the Portland...

2 yorum:

Serra yiLmaz dedi ki...

Agent Provocateur`u duyunCa bi wooow dedim. :) Sexy mama diorum ben onnara, ba$ka soze gerek yok zaten. ;p
Hepsini okuyamadim ama goz gezdirdim. Yummy Mummy oLmak da ne zor $eymi$ caniim. ;p

~Serra

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