You can learn so much from the search terms people type in. As I’ve done in the past, I’m sharing a few of the more unusual search queries that brought readers to my blog. I’m betting they got more than they bargained for when they got here. Barren and Beautiful, what the????
coming to terms with motherhood
You are so lost…try the mommy blog circuit or one of the thousands of MOM’s Clubs where the discussion topics range from bragging about how smart, cute or unique their children are to complaining about the challenges of raising kids who are intent on sticking around until their AARP membership packages arrive.
how much do the goselins make per episode
Too much is my guess. Anyone who uses their children to earn an income shouldn’t have been allowed to become parents in the first place.
the best kinds of exercise for involuntary childless people
A very interesting question — one I haven’t given much thought to until this query. But here’s something to consider: you won’t ever have to worry about an indignant offspring coming upon you unexpectedly, rolling their eyes and calling you “weird” for trying to stay healthy or in shape … so let your hair down, get a little creative and wear (or not) whatever the heck you please while you exercise your heart out.
trying to get pregnant ttc “with an iud”
First, and most importantly, remove the IUD. Now good luck.
“biological clock bullshit”
You seem a little angry. PMS perhaps? Or are you just pissed about the fact that we’re not able to delay the onset of aging? (I know. It pisses me off, too, at times.)
“how to be infertile”
Is this a goal? Because if it is, take it from me, you don’t want to volunteer for this duty. It’s got all sorts of lingering side effects. If you don’t want children, just talk to your doctor about birth control. It’s a lot less complicated.
“my brother is a priest”
Not sure if you’re happy, sad or just plain perplexed by his occupational choice. My brother isn’t a priest, but he’s a really cool guy who, I’m guessing, would have been an unreliable priest since he rarely shows up for mass.
can my baby be baptized catholic if he was conceived through ivf
See the person above. He or she can introduce you to the priest brother. The priest and his pals at the Vatican, no doubt, have some thoughts on that question.
barren women who concieved
You must have been absent that day in fifth grade English class when your teacher explained that it’s “i” after “e” except after “c.” More importantly, you seem to misunderstand the definition of “barren.” It means unable to bear fruit or conceive. What you’ve described here is an oxymoron — plain and simple.
dr. pamela jeanne
No, I’m not a doctor although some may think I play one on the Internet. Actually it’s difficult to be an Internet doctor. It’s really hard to type wearing those sterile rubber gloves.
Okay, now it’s your turn. What are the more unusual search terms/queries you’ve seen in your blogging experience?