gestational surrogacy

A Mom With A Disability: I Adapt Parenting To My Body

“Your son is crying down in the playroom,” my friend offered helpfully.  “I know,” I responded. “He’ll let me know if he needs me. “ We continued our meal at the Shabbat table as she looked uncomfortable and I internally debated my response, partially driven by my parenting philosophy, and partially by my pain level.

Shana Schochet Lowell
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