Holy War

Rosie is Number 1!

The Privilege of Parenting

Ouiji Board Nights

I'm a Believer

Dating Disasters

Bump Up Your Style

Traffic Terror

Dreams Come True

Queen Victoria's Toupee

Daddy Issues

Simple Needs

Babymoon Bonanza

Fluent in Rosie

Difficult Decisions

Push It

Mr. Roboto

In Da Club

One Size Doesn't Fit All

Epic Moments

Something to Chew On

Bye Bye Baby

An Amazing Journey

The Nanny Olympics

Great News

You Got Served

Gagging the Children

The Root of the Problem

Culture Clash

Phobias and Leather Bandeau Tops

Au Naturel

Edgy and Outdoorsy

Serious Stuff

Lisa's Diary

Fashion Rocks

Scared Like the Rest of Us

Crazy as Usual

Serving and Gagging

Rosie Pope, Negotiator

Mina's Diary

Back to Reality

Holy War

Hannah relates to Michelle and Gary's issues having grown up Protestant and Jewish.

I only have one thing to say after last night's episode -- I am hereby cancelling all of my upcoming dance related auditions until I can get my moves perfected. No, but seriously, that was really embarrassing! Who knew how difficult it would be to watch myself "bust a move" even with LT's expert advice?

Other than my utter lack of dance ability, I was also amazed by how unprepared Mina was to have a baby and how unwilling she was to do any sort of work –- something that was really clear behind the scenes as well. Hopefully she is stepping up to the plate now that the baby is born, since I know it was so difficult for Rosie to try to help her become the mother her child deserved.

I also thought that Rosie really tackled the difficult religion issue beautifully with the other couple she helped this week. I am something of an expert on the confusion that can ensue, as I am a Hebrew School dropout who sang in the church choir and later got Bat Mitzvahed. Our Protestant/Jewish family celebrates Christmas, Chanukah, Easter, Passover religiously (no pun intended)! While some minor issues may have arisen during my childhood because of these dual, sometimes conflicting, beliefs, I think being exposed to two different religions has made me and my siblings well-rounded adults. If nothing else, it definitely supplied us with more opportunities to get toys than our friends!