Four-year-old cancer patient McKenna May of Haskins, Ohio, was granted her wish for a Disney World trip by the Make-a-Wish Foundation, but her father nixed it and refused to sign the required approval.
When do good moms go bad? These two moms put their babies at great risk of bodily injury – most likely fatal. Both moms were arrested. Only one was let go when it was determined that she had made an "honest mistake." Who decides the punishment?
Working "9 to 5" seems to be a thing of the past. That's especially the case for working mothers who feel pressure to come in early, stay late and skip lunch all in the name of not seeming less productive.
Imagine waking up in bed and finding a strange woman by your side nursing your baby! Yes, nursing your baby! This is exactly what happened to a woman in Brooking, South Dakota.
Would you be upset if a school picture photographer took it upon himself to "improve" your child's appearance by removing a birthmark from her picture? How about furious?
Like most parents, I cannot help but indulge in the impulse of an occasional daydream: How will this child, whose nose I wipe without disgust, diapers I change with minimal complaint, and favorite books I read ad nauseum, turn out once he finally functions independently of me?
My joy for my babes has always been fairly transparent. Put my three-year-old in front of me in a shining moment of cuteness or kindness or cleverness and I'm begging, groveling even, for hugs and kisses.