On Tiredness

Once you are married, people start asking when you are going to have kids.  What usually follows that insanely personal question (am I right?), is some kind of unsolicited advise about enjoying those moments when you are still able to drink Bellinis next to the pool, go to concerts whenever you damn well feel like …

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Pregnancy, Child Birth, and the NHS

I think that these posts are a dime a dozen on the interwebs - What was it like, as an expat or an American, to be pregnant and have a baby on the National Health Service (NHS)?  I've gathered from friends and family that there is indeed a general curiosity about how it all works …

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