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|Beecher, Henry Ward He that curseth his father, or his mother, shall surely be put |
to death. [Exodus 21:17] - Bible I don't know any parents that look into
the eyes of a newborn baby and say, How can we screw this kid up. - Bishop ...
|(Virginia Satir—family therapist) Making the decision to have a child is |
momentous. It is to ... (Justin Halperin “Sh*t My Father Said”) I don't know any
parents who can look into the eyes of a newborn baby and say 'how canwe screw
|I don't know any parents that look into the eyes of a newborn baby and say, “How |
can we screw this kid up?” Russell Bishop If your baby is beautiful and perfect,
never cries or fusses, sleeps on schedule and burps on demand, an angel all the
|Many of us are not ready to be fathers when a child comes. —JOHN L. HART, |
BECOMING A FATHER (1998) I don't know any parents that look into the eyes of
a newborn baby and say, “How can we screw this kid up?” —RUSSELL BISHOP I
|The only reason I always try to meet and know the parents better is because it |
helps me to forgive the children. (Johanna Louis) I don't know any parents who
can look into the eyes of a newborn baby and say 'how can we screw this up?
|Nick Lyons, Tony Lyons. I don't know any parents that look into the eyes of a |
newborn baby and say, "How can we screw this kid up?" — Russell Bishop I felt
something impossible for me to explain in words. THE QUOTABLE DAD.
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|Anything. Something. So long as we just don't sit there. If we screw it up, start over. Try something else.|
|But Juliet has an uncanny sense of her physical self that told her she would be |
able to carry a child to term. ... Juliet says, "I'm pregnant." "No!" Sam can't believe
it. They had met at an Ivy League university in 1 973, when she was a freshman
... Our kid will see Christmas trees and Easter bunnies and he'll think, 'Hey,
Christianity looks like the way to go. .... If you don't have to get up and go to work,
the lack of a full night's sleep is bearable; with both spouses around, you spell
|"The beauty of private adoption," he adds, "is that you get to know the birth |
mother. ... Our friends look at us sadly, eyes at half-mast. ... She says, "Look, this
process is not rational, and you can't take control by asking the right questions.
It's really a leap of faith, and barring any obvious problems, you have to feel that
you can take a child into your home and love it, ... (In California, birth parents
have up to a year to change their minds before an adoption is final; in New York,
they have 45 ...
|As Russell Bishop pointed out, "I don't know any parents who look into the eyes |
of a newborn baby and say, 'How can we screw this kid up?' " Our parents (or
whoever raised us) loved us — in the most fundamental sense of that term.