‘She’ll be with Piper or Trig, then she’s got a press conference or negotiations about the natural gas pipeline or a bill to sign, and it’s all business,’ Burney, who works across the hall, said. ‘She just says, ‘Mommy’s got to do this press conference.’ “
A little more insight into Sarah Palin and how she works. I like this story because it highlights how there are a myriad different reactions to pregnancy: how a mother can tell others (or not), be excited (or not), mull things over on her own (or not), keep working (or not), ask for support (or not)–the list goes on. In short, we all have choices in pregnancy, including adoption.
I’m not anti-choice. It’s just some things are not a choice and every single person on the planet acknowledges that. (Think to those clear cut cases, the ones our culture accepts and acknowledges broadly, like slavery.)by