"I have to do it all by myself in the morning," she says. "It's hard going to school when I've been up all night feeding Nathan.
"Nathan's the alarm," Alexandra says. "It's 6:45 a.m. and Nathan's like, 'I want to be fed, Mom.'"
"I get all my books together, and I rush and get him strapped into his car seat and then I'm like, 'Dad, let's go, let's go, let's go.'"
"It would be nice to see some of my friends again," she answers. "I'd like to go to lunch and catch a movie or something."
Dr. Phil reminds Erin that he predicted that Alexandra would want to get back to being a teenager just two weeks after having the baby.
"You were on the ball," Erin tells Dr. Phil. "You said two weeks and at two weeks she was trying to fit back in her clothes and calling her girlfriends," Erin says.