( june, 2006 )

With one, you think it's a fluke. With two, you get a little more skeptical. Maybe there's something wrong with me. Maybe I'm only supposed to have one. Maybe I'm screwing with the world and I shouldn't. You peruse adoption websites, Google "surrogate mothers" when no one is watching, and imagine your life as a family of three. >>read more
by Kristen Chase :: feature added on 2006-06-11
On the old map of how-to parent in the seventies, children are byproducts of failed relationships while parents chart new territory and develop the new them. On my map, these old roads lead nowhere. I am as developed as a planned city, but I don't know quite how to get there. >>read more
by Margaret Garcia-Couoh :: feature added on 2006-06-03
My complaint is not against individuals; it's against the profession in general for failing to research bed rest while adopting a practice of prescribing it for just about any pregnancy complication. >>read more
by Amy Anderson :: feature added on 2006-06-03

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