There's no such thing as a good time to have a kid.
@shopgirl I'm not saying it's easy. I'm saying people do it. All the time.
@StanislausBabalistic My husband doesn't have a car. He's been here six and a half years. My sister's boyfriend doesn't have a car. He's been here seven.
I love this town so much. I grew up here, and I've lived here 33 of my 41 years. I tried exotic places like California and England, but Houston kept luring me back. I live in Montrose and am 20 minutes from anywhere I want to be. There are so many wonderful people in this town, and I live and work right in the middle of it all.
@Natalie I have consistently been happy with BBs (the one on Westheimer and Montrose), as well as Little Woodrows on Shepherd. Also, LA Crawfish is AWESOME Viet-Cajun crawfish.
@EM yes, that's how my community acupuncture works too. I get to take a nap once a week and call it a doctor's appointment.
FWIW, I go to community acupuncture once a week for fertility. It's a lovely part of my week, and I enjoy it quite a bit. I intend to stay with my acupuncturist while pregnant as well.
@Meaghano I'm not surprised. For the last three months, about 20 percent of my Facebook and Instagram feeds have featured crawfish photos.
My poor Pomona only gets to stand in for other schools. Still, I lived two rooms over from Chris Knight's room from Real Genius, so that's something. BTW, Chuck Bartowski went to Stanford.
During peak season, my city eats more crawfish than the entire state of Louisiana. So I've been doing my part to help in the cause by having crawfish at least once a weekend since mid March. I just start to get sick of it around the time that it goes out of season again... Love living in Houston in the spring.