Bridgerton as anesthesia

There’s a lot going on in the US lately.

I confess I’m more than a little stressed out.

I’m so stressed that I must do something to assuage my stress.

That’s where Bridgerton comes in handy.

Bridgerton is a Netflix series about the Bridgerton family navigating the marriage season in London in the early 1800s.

It’s a bit of fluff with awesome costumes and attractive actors.

I’ve watched the series three times now and each time I watch it, it is the anesthesia that I need to calm down and escape from my daily stresses.

But I’ve got a bone to pick with the series creator.

In the series, many of the eligible young ladies have NO IDEA how babies are made.

Really.

They’re going around trying to figure out how babies are made.

It’s laughable.

And of course, the ending is a little too perfect for words.

The main character gives birth to a son, thereby securing the family line.

It’s as if the series creator decided to tell a story about the perfection of being a woman, a wife, and a mother.

We all know not everyone gets a happy ending.

But for the purposes of escaping my daily grind, Bridgerton is a great diversion!