I am a conundrum in the eyes of modern society because I am a joyful mother of nine children. This very fact seems to confound most people who expect me to look like a haggard, worn out bag of regret and unfulfilled dreams. Society in general is baffled to learn that I discovered freedom precisely as a mother.
Now a joyful, tiny mother of nine simply confuses people because I shatter all their preconceived notions. The typical image of a multipara women would be a large, matronly, robust, grim, battle-axe of a mother, efficiently marshaling her young charges with little time to coddle or love the poor, deprived dears. I delight in confounding stereotypes.