I loved having children.
It’s been one of the high points of my life. I remember when they were babies, and I would hold them close, savoring their baby smell. I remember chasing after them when they were toddlers—they giggled while they ran away from me. It was fun when they learned to talk too. They had so much to say and so many questions to ask. Their childhood was a blur of playgrounds, birthday parties, adventures, and just hanging out. Like all parents, I fretted over the usual—how would they turn out, would they have happiness, and would they be safe? While I’m not a... Read More