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This Mom's Answer To "Will You Have More Kids?" Is Mic-Drop Worthy


There's a little scenario too many moms are super familiar with; you've just had a baby. You're overwhelmed, tired... happy, of course, but trying to get your feet under you too. You need a minute to figure out your new role and your new life. And then someone comes at you with The Question. "When are you having another baby?" And you think, seriously? Well, this mom has a brilliant answer to that question that will have you cheering if that scenario feels at all familiar to you.

Of course, as Riona O'Connor (also known as The Unnatural Woman) pointed out in her Facebook video, it's not always the same question. O'Connor pointed out that it basically doesn't matter what your situation might be — if you're "a woman of a certain age," people are going to judge you no matter what. In her frankly hilarious Facebook video, O'Connor gave a perfect run down of the sort of questions moms (and non-moms) get on the regular.

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O'Connor, an Irish voice actor, mom blogger, and singer, has a few variations of the perfect response for "baby pushing" questions like these. The first one is essentially:

She goes on to admit she was "so not ready," because honestly, is anyone ever really ready? According to O'Connor, she didn't have "all of those things you're supposed to have,"

And now, all of that lovely free time most moms take for granted pre-baby? "Those days are gone."

While O'Connor might not have been ready to welcome a new baby, she says her body certainly seemed to be.

As in she was horny. All the time. Her body was ready for a baby, and it seems O'Connor simply had to get on board with the idea.

So in response to the question, "When are you going to have another baby?," O'Connor's theory is this: don't think about it too much. She's going to "wait for the boss" to tell her it's time. Meaning, for her personally, her vagina, which she says makes that call.

The next time you get asked that question, perhaps the best thing to do is to take a page out of Riona O'Connor's book. Tell them, "I'm waiting for *this* to decide," while pointing between your legs.

And that should end the conversation.