Thursday, July 30, 2009

6 words

There was a contest at SMITH magazine (now ended) where women were asked to describe motherhood in a six-word "story." It made me wonder how I'd describe being a mother in medicine in a six-word "story." Here's my six-word story about being a resident mama:

3AM, a noise... pager or baby?

Feel free to contribute your own!

16 comments:

  1. Bigger learning curve than medical school.

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  2. About motherhood:

    Less sleep, more fun than doctoring.
    Gave more meaning to saving lives.

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  3. knowing too much when my kids sick.

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  4. and losing ability to count - 7!

    you should see me renally dose drugs...

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  5. My resident mama experience in 6 words:
    Late again; thank goodness for Husband.

    A

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  6. Internship prepared me to be Mom

    I hate waking up at 4am

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  7. From an ObGyn registrar:
    Parenting- Hardest thing I've ever done

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  8. Pediatrician:dodge vomit
    Mother:catch it

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  9. pulled every which way; still happy

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  10. MommyMD is the most important degree.

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  11. Will I ever sleep late again?

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  12. "Pediatrician:dodge vomit
    Mother:catch it"

    Now THAT is hilarious! And so very true.

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  13. Whoever left
    Pediatrician: dodge vomit
    Mother: catch it

    had me laughing for a few minutes.. thank you for the happiness!

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  14. Anonymous vomit-dodger/catcher, you made my day!!

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