When they started their adoption process, the wait for their referral was to be about 7 to 8 months. That continued to be stretched out longer and longerContinue reading →
Moments later he is back holding a tiny frill-covered dress and a polka-dot T-shirt, bought with love for his new-born daughter, Georgia Amelia RoseContinue reading →
Kristin Armstrong was pedaling as fast as she could long before hopping on her bike to go for a ride Wednesday. There were clothes in the dryer. A young child named Lucas to feed. And, by the way, another Olympic medal to winContinue reading →
Last month it was the cover story in the Atlantic: an explanation of “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.” Last week came a response from the business pages: “Oh, But You Can.”Continue reading →
When she made her first Olympics in 1996, Thurmond didn’t notice any women with kids on the track and field team. There were a couple when she returned in 2004, and maybe a handful in 2008. But at this year’s trials they seemed to be everywhere.Continue reading →
A Day for M.E. is a place where women from all over Southern California will come together for a day of personal enrichment and education.Continue reading →
Some women spend almost their entire income in procuring clothes, shoes and bags. Others buy beauty out of jars and jabs that promise to restore their flagging morale and yet others simply give up and become rotund when they get to be middle-aged. Not this spunky lady though.Continue reading →
These two little miracles were born just as their parents were about to give up hope.
Millie and Jesse Mantle, aged four, were the result of five cycles of IVF and a traumatic pregnancy for their parents Diane and Tim, from Stockton Heath.
The U.S. is sending not one, but two mothers to the London Olympics in the high jump, an event not normally associated with maternityContinue reading →
After one short meeting with Faith in March 2011, Vance and Daphne Linholm were smitten. Faith was the child they’d always wanted but couldn’t conceive.Continue reading →