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April 29, 2009 7:10 AM

GAMBLERS MOMS-NONYMOUS

Moms are the biggest gamblers. All of us. We’ve placed over $350,000*, at least 18 years of our life, and the future of our genes, all on some guy. Sure it takes two to have a child but we’re the ones with the power to decide just who that is. Now there’s never a 100% guarantee with genetics – with exceptions like if you have absolutely no 6’7” albinos in your family line, you shouldn’t count on giving birth to one. But we can give our kids the best...

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