Anybody with five (and PG to boot!) kids....
Listen, this gal's got her act together. She's classy and appears
to be able to get along with everyone (except that arrogant you-know-
what, Keith) and she never appears ruffled. She's got FIVE--count 'em--
FIVE small children and she's able to function at a very high level.
Enough talk about nannies helping out. I had only two children and
I had a live-in nanny for years when they were young. Big deal!
The nanny can watch them while the mother's at WORK but I assure
you, the second she gets home, those kids won't give two hoots that
there's a nanny. ( And for those mothers reading those who wish they had had a nanny, believe me, it's sometimes like having an extra child to
deal with, and many nannies need tons of directions not to mention emotional support just like their little charges.)All kids want their mother, and the mother's duties are just like any other mother's. Never-ending. I was overwhelmed and I only had two little girls, not five wild boys. I give Laura major points for running an exceptionally busy household AND still wanting
to work as hard as she'll need to be a designer.
Her clothes are beautifully tailored and very professional. I see her going
very far, because she's always comfortably in the middle or near the top
of the pack. I would love to see a real collection from her!