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Nothing Like a Baby

A baby is God's opinion that life should go on. A book that does nothing to you is dead. A baby, whether it does anything to you, represents life. ...


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Never Give Up Hope

For the first decade of our marriage, my wife, Doris, and I hoped passionately for a child. I think we wanted a child more than we wanted anything else ...


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Take What You Get

When my brother and sister-in-law were expecting a baby, I asked my four-year-old niece, Justina, "What do you want, a baby brother or a baby sister?"


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Sharing Grief in Times of Loss

Not long after my six-month-old daughter Hope died, I was at a cosmetics counter buying some mascara. "Will this mascara run down my face when I cry?" ...


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Baby's Fingers Prevent an Abortion

In The Joy Luck Club, author Amy Tan describes her pro-choice friend's reflections on abortion:

I almost aborted my daughter. When I found out I was pregnant, ...

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Mother Recognizes "Dead" Daughter

In 1997, a rapidly moving blaze destroyed the Philadelphia home of Luz Cuevas. It was concluded that, tragically, the fire had killed and completely consumed ...


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Woman Aborts Two of Her Triplets

"The Lives" column in New York Times Magazine carried a first-person account of Amy Richards and her decision to abort two of three fetuses she carried. ...


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Call Him Superman

If your name was Superman would you expect to get picked on? Swedish tax authorities thought so and declined a request by Sara Leisten to name her newborn ...


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Bereaved Family Extends Grace to Physician

In his book Unexpected Blessings, Cameron Lee includes a story related to him by a friend, involving the death of the friend's baby sister.

During the ...

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Baby Thrown from Burning Building Is Saved

One of the most difficult realities faced by most parents is the gradual "letting go" of their children—releasing the little ones from their protection ...


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