“After That, Baby …”

@article{Compton2021AfterTB,
  title={“After That, Baby …”},
  author={Carey Ford Compton},
  journal={The Ruse of Repair},
  year={2021}
}
Three months and twelve days after the baby, I finally took his advice. I was going to join a workout class. I’d always been short and relatively average as far as weight goes, but he insisted. I thought the pregnancy weight suited me just fine, but it was for my own wellbeing, of course. And he was the father of my baby—why shouldn’t I trust him? Anyway, I signed up for a workout class with one of those exciting names. Move!! met at a roller skating rink downtown four days a week for a half… 
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