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My ThrowBack Thursday Poem/Photo of The Day

(08/28/14)

Jasmine Kissing Lea 03-31-02

Jasmine (2) kissing Lea (24 hours old) on the head
A Sister’s Love

Every day I watched moms belly grow bigger and bigger

She told me my sister lay inside

Just waiting until the day she could come and meet us

Until then

She would eat and grow

And

Toss and turn

And

I would wait and wait

Every day I kissed mommies belly

You inside there

Were already my friend

I couldn’t wait until you could talk to me

But First you had to come out

On one Spring day

It finally happened

Mom went to the hospital

Leaving us at home

With her best friend

The next thing we knew

There you were

So tiny

Everyone scared to hold you

I didn’t care

I just wanted to kiss you

You looked like one of my toy dolls

But I knew you were my sister

Mom said

I would sit there and talk to you

Forever and ever

I know it’s because I loved you

Because you’re my sister

For the rest of our days

Through thick and thin

Good times and bad

We’ll always be together

I’ll love you forever

Copyright 2014

A Sisters Love“©

Felina Silver Robinson

 


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Christina Aguilera, Matthew Rutler


Officer Michael Kitson relied on training as teen to help woman

police car

 


Boy asked customer if she was pregnant

Family kicked out of donut shop after boy s question


1. Oil and Gas: Spills up 18 percent in U.S. in 2013

2. Frogs’ immune systems weakened by chemicals, study finds

3. Toxic Plumes: The Dark Side of Silicon Valley

4. Getting Beyond Just Wheat, Corn and Rice

Some uncommon grains have environmental advantages that could be beneficial in a changing world. But making the uncommon common can be difficult.
Mature millet in field

5. ‘Cancer villages’ alert China to urgent water crisis

6. Treasure Island: The People of Tangier Their Life, Land and Heritage Could Wash Away

7. Trove Of Toxic Mercury Lurks In Arctic Sea Ice

Environment: Ice-core analysis shows more methylmercury will enter Arctic food chain as climate change speeds up ice melt
Photo of researchers sampling ice cores from an Artic sea-ice floe

8. Environment: Scientist Warn of Rising Oceans from Polar Melt

9. Wildfires: Southwest struggles to adapt to year-round fire season

Oklahoma firefighter

10. Safety debate eyes taming Bakken crude before it hits rails

Safety debate eyes taming Bakken crude before it hits rails Photo: SHANNON STAPLETON

11. Feds Reach Settlement Agreement To Recall Buckyballs

BUCKYBALLS

12. Children of Smoking Addicts More Likely to Become Heavy Smokers

The study is the first to give an intergenerational view of the impact a parent’s behavior has on children.

A person smokes a cigarette.

13. Woman, Sterile From Mom’s Pregnancy Drug at 25, Gets Mother’s Day Miracle Baby

PHOTO: Judith Helfand and her healthy baby girl Theodora, who arrived in April, 2014.

14. Mine Incident: Two deaths confirmed at Patriot Coal mine in Boone County, WV

Two miners killed in Patriot Coal mine in Boone County, WV


Massachusetts State Police investigating

NEW BEDFORD, Mass. — The remains of a newborn infant were found on a New Bedford street Friday evening, according to Police Chief David Provencher.

Watch a report here

New Bedford police said they received a call around 6:30 p.m. from a resident who discovered the remains of the infant outside a three-story home at 1065 County St.

Emergency crews rushed to the scene, and when they discovered the dead infant they contacted the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office and Massachusetts States Police.

District Attorney Samuel Sutter said the investigation into the unattended death is in its early stages and a member of the state’s Medical Examiner’s Office is expected to take custody of the baby and will perform an autopsy over the weekend.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of the mother of the infant or any other information about the incident is asked to call the New Bedford Police Department at 508-991-6300. An anonymous tip can also be made by calling 508-961-4584.


Judge says fathers have no legal right to be present for birth of child

NEWARK, N.J. — A New Jersey judge ruled a woman preparing to deliver a baby can keep the father from being in the delivery room.

USA Today reported Thursday that a superior court judge said all patients are allowed to decide who can and cannot visit them in the hospital, and pregnant women are not excluded from that.

The Newark Star-Ledger reported that the judge said fathers have no legal right to be present for the birth of their children.

The decision comes after a couple got engaged after the woman became pregnant, but later broke up. The father of the child sued for the right to be present at the birth of his child.

According to USA Today, the judge said the father’s “unwanted” presence in the delivery room could put stress on the mother and unborn child.

The Star-Ledger reported that the father never asked to be in the delivery room, and only wanted to see his baby at the hospital as soon as possible after the birth.

The father said he will not appeal the ruling because he was able to see his new baby in the hospital shortly after the mother gave birth.

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