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Why it doesn't make sense to impress a 3-month-old with your socializing skills

"I started feeling the parenting pressure even before my daughter was born.'So which preschools are you looking at?' a friend asked at a party after commenting on the size of my pregnant belly.

'Preschools?' I said, confused. 'Well, I'm working from home, so we don't need daycare.'

'Daycare?!' she snorted. 'You've got to sign up for that the same day those two little lines show up on the First Response stick. Honey, I'm talking about preschool. I mean, you don't want your kid to end up at the Happy Handz Wee School back behind Wendy's, now do you? Because that's the only place that'll have an opening if you don't get your name on some wait lists.'"
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