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Is It a Boy or a Girl?
Affecting everything from names to color choices, the gender of a newborn baby seems awfully important to some people. If you've had a baby, did you attempt to ascertain its sex before its birth? If you haven't had children, would you want to know ahead of time or not? How did/would knowing or not knowing affect your preparations?
NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|I knew this was coming and I knew it was going to be really hard. Having another
baby is one thing, but trying to move on and raise that new baby. On the one hand,
it probably feels like a terrible betrayal of the memory of the missing child. On
the other hand, you can't let this child feel punished for events that happened
before he was even born.
I think people go through the same dilemma when someone dies. How can you justify being happy again (even for a moment) when they're gone and not feel like you're doing something terribly monstrous?
|Hooray, another Meri Lin! She's probably my favorite narrator because of the
sincerity and emotion that pervades her comics; I think you do an excellent job of
portraying her response to and recovery from all the recent tragedy in her life. As
much as I want her to reunite with Amanda/Ivy, I really hope the experience of
raising a second child will help her heal.
But oh, that pesky women's intuition. Won't leave the poor girl alone, will it?
|duuuuuuuuuuuude i just finally got to this page. i love how it took you FIVE YEARS
to write TWO AND A HALF YEARS of Ivy's life!
you kept me up all night, it's now 6:42am
thank you!!! i enjoyed it very much. now i'll have to wait a few months for the new ones to pile up so i'm not miserable every week waiting to see what happens next.
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