Oh Baby (1998–2000)
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When her daughter needs to choose a Lamaze coach, Celia doesn't hesitate to force herself into the role. With Charlotte hiding her disappointment over not being asked, Tracy attends the ... See full summary »

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Tracy Calloway
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Charlotte St. John
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Ernie
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Rochelle
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Celia Callaway
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When her daughter needs to choose a Lamaze coach, Celia doesn't hesitate to force herself into the role. With Charlotte hiding her disappointment over not being asked, Tracy attends the first birthing class with her mom. However, Celia manages to quickly irritate everyone with her overbearing manner, prompting the teacher to ask that Tracy get rid of her before the next class. After seeking her best friend's advice, Tracy resolves to use Charlotte as a coach. Unable to fire Celia, Tracy then tries to get out of it by claiming the class has been canceled. But when Celia finds another one for them to attend together, Tracy ends up with two Lamaze coaches. Meanwhile, Tracy's situation is complicated further when her sister-in-law also wants to be her coach. Upon hearing that Tracy is taking a class with her mom, Charlotte couldn't be more disappointed -- that is until she learns she's also taking one with Shelly. Told of her daughter's problem, Celia tries to be reasonable, but without ... Written by Anonymous

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9 January 1999 (USA)  »

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