Entries Tagged ‘Pop Sugar’

Down Syndrome portraits to showcase “beauty and diversity”

by Carder Ella’s work on this project actually began after she’d heard a discussion of the ethics behind prenatal tests to detect birth defects. The First and Foremost I Am photo series aims to do more than showcase the “beauty and diversity of humankind.” When looking at her 21 subjects — a number purposefully chosen […]

Baby delivered in amniotic sac leaves neonatologist “in awe”

by Carder This was really a moment that will stick in my memory for some time…. It was a moment that really did, even though its a cliché: we caught our breath. It really felt like a moment of awe. ~ Neonatologist William Binder on his experience helping to deliver a premature baby who remained […]

Ten unique pregnancy announcements

by Carder We love it when expectant parents share their baby news with a creative take on the typical pregnancy announcement, and these 10 truly fit the bill. Whether baby No. 1 is getting the boot from her crib or mama’s having some serious cravings, Imgur user grabmenow has found a hilarious solution for every […]

The story behind a children’s literary classic

by Carder I made that up after my wife and I had two babies born dead. The song was my song to my dead babies. For a long time I had it in my head and I couldn’t even sing it because every time I tried to sing it I cried. It was very strange […]

China: Woman tries to sell daughter to help hospitalized husband

by Carder Please buy my daughter. My husband is waiting for surgery fees in the hospital as his boss ran away. I would like to see my daughter and save my husband. Boss fled after industrial accident and we don’t have the money for treatment. I’m willing to sell my child to save her father. […]

Maternity Halloween costume could pass for pro-life

by Carder For expecting women who don’t want to spend a lot of time thinking about a costume, this cute — but a little creepy — shirt ($15) is definitely in the Halloween spirit. ~ Rebecca Gruber reviewing Halloween maternity costumes, Pop Sugar, September 28

  

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