Lee and I went to some friends' house last week for a barbecue. (Just the fact that we got out with the baby for an evening was a MAJOR success.) There were lots of people, many of whom had children. A sweet girl and I had a conversation about how your twenties are really a difficult decade. There's just so much change. I mean, think about it, you go from college, so carefree and fun, to finding a career, getting married, and having children. It's like going from zero to sixty in ten years, less really.
On the way home, Lee and I talked about what a good time we had, and we laughed about how life is just so different than it was even a few months ago. Conversations at get-togethers are now full of things like breastfeeding, pumping, poop, height and weight percentiles. It's just so funny what we consider a good time now.
It's also pretty amazing, and I wouldn't want it any other way. I'd much rather discuss my breast milk supply than who I think is the cutest boy in my statistics class. :)