Do Moms really Lose a Piece of Their Brain?

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By Cara Turner

I started having kids when I was 36. Before that I was an assistant professor of education and English studies. Before that, I was a doctoral candidate. Once I got around to having babies, I had a hard time getting pregnant—no reason—just a stubborn reproductive system. But, when my body knew what to do, I had three babies in three years—no multiples. I went from teaching college courses and researching to breastfeeding and singing Elmo tunes. Continue reading “Do Moms really Lose a Piece of Their Brain?”