Entries Tagged ‘parenting’

Tales of bad parenting: “Abortion saved my child”

women-dont-regret-abortionby Kelli

Notice that both abortion stories share this same, perverse theme: abortion is a way to ďsaveĒ my child. Also notice that both women were using birth control and still wound up pregnant. I mention that as an aside, but itís worth considering in its own right….

Another benefit of baby wearing: playing in the orchestra?

by Carder Iíd like those people to know that using a good baby carrier makes mothering and fathering so much easier. Itís a relief to ditch the stroller and travel freely. Itís a relief to be free to get yourself a sandwich or peel a banana for an older child.†And itís a relief to have […]

Actress Jenny Mollen didn’t like kids – until she had one

by Carder I was never the girl who yearned for children. I pretended to be interested in other peopleís kids, but that was obviously just an act. The truth was, children scared me. I knew that no matter what I did as a parent, I was bound to do some things wrong…. I wasnít completely […]

Actress Natalie Portman: I love being a mom

I love being a mom. Iím less judgmental than before I had a kid. The biggest thing Iíve learned is that parenting is a totally different experience for every person. ~ Actress Natalie Portman, as quoted by People, October 29

Jenna Bush Hager on ending her maternity leave

After a wonderful summer with few work obligations, but mainly pure, sweet [baby] Mila time; my maternity leave [was] over. It is a day millions of women across America experience every year. It is however, a day I [found] nerve-wracking, and bittersweet… a bit like the first day of school…. I think about the enormous […]

A Planned Parenthood visit: Selling slaughter with a smile

[M]y partner and I began to discuss various scenarios. Adoption sounded good. After all, we barely knew each otherís family. When we arrived at Planned Parenthood for our appointment, we were quickly sized up. ďAdoption would not be a good course of action because more often than not, the girl becomes too attached to the […]

Celebrity dads show off tattoos of their children’s names

LeBron is another inductee into the Proud Papa Club. The athlete has gotten tattoos in honor of his sons, LeBron James Jr. and Bryce Maximus, which include their first initials on his triceps and their portraits on his arms. He also has his motherís name tattooed on his right shoulder and the word ďfamilyĒ along […]

Abortion proponent Ashley Judd: “Making our own babies” is “selfish”

I figured it was selfish for us to pour our resources into making our “own” babies when those very resources and energy could not only help children already here, but through advocacy and service transform the world into a place where no child ever needs to be born into poverty and abuse again…. My belief […]


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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