After Tumors, Growing a Baby

“With a child, time is fluid. It can surge with a springy quickness – a new word each day, pants abruptly too short, crawling that becomes standing, walking, running all within weeks. Or it can meander with a syrupy slowness, the world captured in a day.”

From my latest piece has been published by Narratively.

Recurrent cancer has not kept me from motherhood … and I’m grateful for each moment.

As parents, we are given the time our delicate cells allow. Though we all hope for a long life, the value in a life is not dependent upon its length.

Read more here.

 

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