TOPSHOT - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex watch aboriginal dances at Victoria Park in Dubbo on October 17, 2018. - Prince Harry and his expectant wife Meghan visited a drought-stricken region of Australia on October 17, bringing a rare and welcome rainstorm with them. (Photo by Peter PARKS / POOL / AFP) (Photo credit should read PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images) DUBBO, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 17: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visits students from Dubbo College Senior Campus on October 17, 2018 in Dubbo, Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on their official 16-day Autumn tour visiting cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds DUBBO, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 17: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex address the public during a Community Event at Victoria Park on October 17, 2018 in Dubbo, Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle’s pregnancy may be further along than previously reported
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5 Comments By Janet Adamy Oct. 4, 2018 12:10 p.m. ET Aubrey Hirsch and her husband, Devan Goldstein. Photo: Beth Kukucka When Aubrey Hirsch was pregnant, she wanted to know whether she was having a boy or girl. Her husband, Devan Goldstein, wanted a delivery-room surprise. So they compromised. With her husband’s blessing, Ms. Hirsch had the ultrasound technician spill the beans to her during a second trimester checkup. Then she kept the news that it was a boy a secret from her husband for five months. Preserving the surprise for that pregnancy—and a second when she had another boy—required acts of subterfuge big and small. She hid telling ultrasound photos in an envelope marked “Not for Devan.” She bluffed through a debate over girls’ names. They argued about whether Eden or Aubrey were suitable monikers for the girl she knew was a boy. “It was definitely a little bit frustrating for me knowing that the girl name we were … [Read more...] about Baby’s First Secret: Hiding Its Gender from Dad
Sarah Fowler Mississippi Clarion Ledger Published 12:00 p.m. UTC Aug 18, 2018 When Liz became pregnant unexpectedly, she turned to Google. After finding a listing for what she thought was an abortion clinic, she scheduled an appointment and made the hour drive from Columbus to Tupelo. She drove to the center with the intent of having an abortion. Once she arrived, the 33-year-old married mother of three took a pregnancy test and confirmed what she already knew: She was pregnant. But then her appointment took an unexpected turn. Instead of being able to talk about terminating her pregnancy, Liz was given a baby's bib with a Bible verse on it and sent home. She began to cry. "My heart felt heavy and my eyes filled with tears," she said. "I actually had my 15-month-old with me. It stung." Once home, the bib "laid on my deep freezer near my kitchen and was a constant physical reminder of my already difficult decision." "I went to that clinic for … [Read more...] about Abortion clinic vs. crisis pregnancy center: What’s the difference?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Reader Center Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByJosephine Sedgwick July 9, 2018 Voters in Ireland this spring struck down a 35-year-old constitutional ban on abortion, one of the strictest in Europe. In Poland, politicians are making a renewed push to restrict abortion. A bill to legalize abortion is narrowly advancing through Argentina’s Congress. And in the United States, the departure of Justice Anthony Kennedy and President Trump’s selection to succeed him is expected to redraw the well-established legal battle lines over abortion rights. Behind the roiling public debates are deeply personal experiences: an unintended pregnancy, rape, family influence, a medical crisis, feelings of loss Even in places We selected the 13 stories below from distant pockets of the globe. They reflect the spectrum of abortion laws and the important roles … [Read more...] about ‘I Couldn’t Tell Anyone’: Women Around the World Reveal Intimate Stories of Abortion
1 of 8 View 8 Items Laura Seitz, Deseret News Children’s Service Society of Utah hosts Provider Appreciation Day at This is the Place State Park in Salt Lake City on Thursday, May 25, 2017. There are potentially more than 152,000 young children who need daily care in Utah, yet the state has only 41,144 slots, according to ChildCareAware.org. Related Links Mormon women navigate cultural pressures around work, family and faith Why finishing college matters for every Utah woman The truth about Utah's and the nation's gender pay gap Mary Archbold Utah's gender wage gap logo Editor's note: This article is part of an ongoing series about the gender wage gap in Utah. SALT LAKE CITY — In a perfect world, Ashleigh would be able to stay at home and "watch her kids grow up." But her husband's $14 per hour wage as a foreman/maintenance man isn't enough to make ends meet for the family of four. Ashleigh, 23, has thought about working at … [Read more...] about How Utah’s child care shortage impacts the gender wage gap