Last week seemed to be The Week of the Hollywood Divorce. One PopEater editor felt it so strongly, he
sounded off with some hypothetical restrictions for serial marriers and octo-parents.

"The following needs to be enforced: If you have been married five times, you should not be allowed to marry again. Similarly, if you have five or more children, you should not be allowed to divorce," Mike Hess wrote.

Now, thanks to our lovely and lively Pop Chorus, we're hearing the other side: Jeanne Mullin, an American mother of five, twice-wed and now single, says maybe restrictions aren't what we need after all. Read on.