Dating A Girl With A Baby

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  • A female child
  • A person's daughter, esp. a young one
  • a young woman; "a young lady of 18"
  • daughter: a female human offspring; "her daughter cared for her in her old age"
  • A young or relatively young woman
  • female child: a youthful female person; "the baby was a girl"; "the girls were just learning to ride a tricycle"
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The Single Girl's Guide to Marrying a Man, His Kids, and His Ex-Wife: Becoming A Stepmother With Humor And Grace
The Single Girl's Guide to Marrying a Man, His Kids, and His Ex-Wife: Becoming A Stepmother With Humor And Grace
A funny, honest, and empathetic resource for the novice stepmother, which includes advice on The kids: Adjusting to suspicion, resentment, and biological-parent loyalties; The ex-wife: Living calmly alongside her, whether she's a psycho or the perfect mother; The holidays: Accommodating old family traditions and developing new ones; The sex: Keeping love alive through the kids' bed-wetting and nightmares. Plus an invaluable list of resources, websites, publications, and organizations specifically for the new stepmother.

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Snapshot: Young Girl With Her Doll In Shadow [Houseofmirth Find # 1]
Snapshot: Young Girl With Her Doll In Shadow [Houseofmirth Find # 1]
It's seems a little funny, and i'm sure it says more about me than it does about this intense young girl, but not long after i started really looking at this photograph, I thought of Lord Jim. You know, Lord Jim, the Joseph Conrad character in the eponymous novel, memorably portrayed by Peter O'Toole in the movie of the same name. He was the fellow who did one really bad thing and then spent the rest of his life running away from the ugly truth he had learned about himself. I can't quite put my thumb on it. Maybe it's that there's something frightening about this photograph, at least to me. The girl's look is too intent, the doll baby has fallen too deeply into shadow. It's almost as though this were one of those bent and battered tintypes from the Civil War era, showing some poor mother cradling her dead baby. The girl's direct gaze at the camera, a gaze I find so appealing in other photographs, here seems chilling. Without rendering judgment, her look says, with resigned self-awareness---"this is my fate." Of course, maybe her mother just said, "hold still and look serious," and this was the result. Probably that was it. And yet, I would love to know what became of this girl. Of course, like everybody else, I wish good things for her. The photograph looks like it dates from the early thirties, or the late twenties. She could still be with us. But now, at an advanced age, how much could she change? My sister and I have, in recent years, resisted our mother's imprecations that we smile when she takes a photograph. It always seemed so phony, so fake, so much dishonest. Life, we too well, too cruelly knew, was not the bowl of cherries those Kodak smiles were meant to evoke. Yet I'm left wondering if maybe this girl doesn't need a little tickling, for another photograph that could carry her down through the years, smiling, laughing, squirming with girlish delight, out-of-focus before an onrushing future that held more promise than peril. I'm wondering, in other words, to what extent a photograph can become a prophecy. In this case, I hope I'm wrong. Lord Jim had an idea about how the world should be, and where he should fit in, and that idea led him astray. Could a photograph, an unmediated version of the truth of a moment, give us ideas about the world, and about our place in that world, that aren't really true? Could the truth of a photograph, however true to a moment in time, tell a bigger lie, and lead us in to a trap? That's what this photograph made me wonder. Anyway, I hope she had a long and happy life.
Owen's First Date
Owen's First Date
I can take no credit for this photo. In fact, I wasn't even there. This was during the Harley-Davidson 105th celebration, when my wife took Owen with her parents to one of the dealers. This lovely young lady was getting paid to sit on the bikes with the burly bikers, so my mother-in-law paid her to pose with Owen. Yes, my mother-in-law is the coolest person ever.

dating a girl with a baby
dating a girl with a baby
Angel's Choice
All I remember is the sensation of things slipping away from me....
In one night Angel Hansen's life changes forever: She has sex for the first time. Not that she remembers the act itself -- not the pain or the pleasure. But she is left with something that will never let her forget it: an unplanned pregnancy. Angel must make a choice. Abortion? Adoption? Keep it? None of these choices are easy and none of them are perfect. But there is one thing Angel is sure of. Whatever choice she makes, it must be the right one for her. Braced with that knowledge, Angel faces the toughest decision of her life.

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