Identity and Children

“Has your wife held the baby yet?” The nurse asked Nathan. No, not yet, she didn’t know if she could, he told her. “Oh she needs to! Make sure you bring her down here as soon as she can!” It seems strange to think of having to ask to hold your newborn baby, but theContinue reading “Identity and Children”

Thoughts on Friendship

I sat at a table outside a local bakery and coffee shop. It sits in an old mill, and just a few doors down the covered sidewalk is a small restaurant with outdoor seating as well. As I situated my two children and moved my hot coffee out of the reach of my one yearContinue reading “Thoughts on Friendship”