When I began my labor to give birth to Hannah, my second child, I confess that I panicked.
At the first pang, my mind went wild. Oh no! Wait a minute! I remember this! This is pain like no other. This is agony. This is hours ahead of loss of control and body-ripping pain! What was I thinking? I can’t do this! I change my mind.
Of course, the only way through that was through it and when I held her in my arms, she was worth every moment. Continue Reading →