Britney Spears is a great mom

November 29, 2005 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

The New York Daily News said Sunday that Britney Spears has “blossomed into a mother whose dedication has impressed her critics”, including respected pediatric experts like In Touch magazine and Us Weekly.

“She is no longer the wild child we saw before she gave birth” said an editor at Us Weekly magazine. “It’s like she has always wanted to be a mom, and she found the role that she was born to play.”

“She has wholeheartedly transformed from being a child herself, a rebel who was wild and unruly, to be a fantastic mother,” said a senior editor at In Touch. “You can see that she has really settled down into family life. She has become an extremely responsible mother who is devoted to her child.”

I don’t know if they still put babies in baskets on rivers so fate can decide who raises the thing, but this would be an awesome time to find out. Britney doesn’t live near a river, so maybe just tie some weather balloons to the crib and let destiny take over. Forget about raising a human being, Britney Spears shouldn’t be allowed to raise a cactus. I wouldn’t let her take care of my turtle for the weekend. If I did, I would mark my turtle in someway before hand, and then rub the shell when I got it back to make sure she wasn’t trying to pass off a rock she painted cause my turtle got drunk or high or electrocuted or eaten or – more than likely – all of those things. “Oh ma gawd, we accidently ate da turtle.”

Like all “extremely responsible mothers”, Britney had to look into her babies eyes one day and ask herself if she should leave the infant with the nannies and have her belly button pierced in New York. And Britney decided, yes, yes I should. Cause it’s the right thing to do. It’s what responsible mothers do. She really is a hero! 


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