Sure, people can (and do) give you all of the advice when you’re expecting, but nothing quite prepares you for a baby like having the nurse place that beautiful little human in your arms. Everything changes in that moment.
From the bouts of nausea (for some mamas it can last most of the pregnancy) to the random crying spells, pregnancy hormones put women through it. Something that’s not as openly talked about though is what those hormones can do after the birth of baby.
Who’s there for these refugee children? Children who face such extreme violence and unimaginable horrors in the countries they know as home, many from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, that they risk it all to come to America for asylum and a chance at LIFE. Whose hand can they reach for?