Please Don’t Take My Baby: Free Sampler

Author: Cathy Glass

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008131937

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 50

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Be moved by No.1 Sunday Times Bestselling author Cathy Glass’s 10th fostering memoir, with this free extended eBook sampler. Jade, 17, is pregnant, homeless and alone when she’s brought to live with Cathy. Desperate to keep her baby, but little more than a child herself, she struggles with the responsibilities her daughter brings.

MY LITTLE GIRL, ABIGAIL

Author: Arthur L. Ellis, PhD

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1499024487

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 78

View: 8967


This is my Mom's journal, the daily life of a single teenage mother. Her experience with me as an infant was so much fun. My Mom soon learned that it wouldn't be easy caring for a baby all day, every day. Day one began the journey when she introduced me to her friends and family. She fixed my curly brown hair up in a bow, and put a newborn diaper on me. Mom didn't know there were so many styles of diapers to choose from in the store. It was mind-boggling. My mom said I had the cutest little ears she had ever seen. I was very heavy for mom to carry me everywhere all over school, including her books! The only time when she needed a babysitter was when she had football games and class, so basically I was with the babysitter all day. I saw right then that day care would be a necessity. I hired my parents, my granddad, and my friends to baby sit. Whenever I and the other went to practice, we created a meeting place in the classroom. If Abigail were in need care services, I would pay around $90 a week just for her to go to day care, and that doesn't include any extra food or diapers I would need to send. I also couldn't imagine having to wake up every two hours all night long to feed, change diapers, and rock Abigail back to sleep. Then again, I know I would really love my baby, so I would take care of her the proper way. Before Abigail was born, I know I was going to name her Abigail. If one day I have a boy, I am going to name him Colton. Hopefully, whomever I marry will think the same. I have decided I only want a few children, about three, but I definitely do not want to be a pregnant mom in college, taking care of more children when I am only a kid myself. I know I would have to focus on my schoolwork instead of taking care of a baby. I gave Abigail a certain time to play and then it was nap time for my little baby. She needed her rest for the next day because we would have to go to school then day care all over again.

Somebody Else's Children

Author: John Hubner,Jill Wolfson

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595300782

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 363

View: 2903


With the narrative force of an epic novel and the urgency of first-rate investigative journalism, this important book delves into the daily workings and life-or-death decisions of a typical American family court system. It provides an intimate look at the lives of the parents and children whose fate it decides. A must for social workers and social work students, attorneys, judges, foster parents, law students, child advocates, teachers, journalists and anyone who cares about our nation's children.

Early Broadway Sheet Music

Author: Donald J. Stubblebine

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476605602

Category: Music

Page: 416

View: 9183


This work, a companion to the author’s Broadway Sheet Music: A Comprehensive Listing of Published Music from Broadway and Other Stage Shows, 1918 through 1993 (McFarland 1996), provides information about all sheet music published (1843–1918) from all Broadway productions—plus music from local shows, minstrel shows, night club acts, vaudeville acts, touring companies, and shows on the road that never made it to Broadway—and all the major musicals from Chicago.

God had to Break me to fix me

Author: Shanell Milton

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1098042808

Category: Religion

Page: 70

View: 372


There are countless people in the world who have been faced with being bullied and who developed a mind of low self-worth because of the use and effects of powerful, life-changing words that they dealt with throughout their life span, and it caused severe separation anxiety.Many people may seem to have it together on the outside; they are smiling and laughing with what seems like no worries at all, but on the inside, there is a raging storm of life. The thoughts of suicide are so overwhelming, and the thought of just being in the world brings on sadness. God Had to Break Me to Fix Me is a book for encouragement and strength during difficult times that you may be faced with in your life. When and if you feel that you're at a breaking point, and you feel like you're going down for the last time, you feel like all hope is gone; but there is hope because you never go too far or too low that God can't pick you up and give you strength and give you joy when there is sadness.I shared my personal experience of me being bullied, rejected, being suicidal, insecurities, lack of self-love, and the loss of my baby girl. I wrote this book in hopes of helping others to realize just because you're being bullied, mentally or physically, by someone, it doesn't have to define you, and it doesn't have to be your ending story.Whosever hands God places this book in, I pray you will come to know God will never leave you in the place where you feel not important or alone. He will give you peace in the midst of a storm. Your life is valuable, and you are loved. Never allow the enemy to make you feel like taking your life is the only answer. God made and created you with purpose. All you have to do is walk into it. Allow God to break you so he can put the broken pieces back in their rightful spot, and you can become whole again.2

What's In Your Web?

Author: Phil Tavolacci, MSPT, PT

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1452576971

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 350

View: 6694


PAIN? POOR POSTURE? ANXIETY? CHRONIC EXHAUSTION? The issue may be your tissue! Your connective tissue, also known as fascia, may be the primary source of your problems. Since fascial restrictions don't show up on medical scans (X-rays, MRIs, etc) they are commonly overlooked as potential causes for pain and dysfunction but they wreak havoc on the body. This book will teach you the basics of fascia and share many examples of how Myofascial Release (MFR) as taught by John F. Barnes, PT can restore the fascial system to optimal health and function.

Writer's Block Vaporized, Creativity Maximized!

Author: Robert Zito

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1411632524

Category:

Page: 124

View: 5685


Many people have adventures from the past, coming-of-age experiences, narrow escapes, hair-brained adventures with their friends, things that happened when in school or at a specific job, weird family members or friends, strange and unbelievable occurrences, heart rending and passionate love stories. In short, things, which they know, will make a great book or even a best seller They finally set everything up, so they have the method, the opportunity and the motive and then nothing They stare at the white sheet of paper or a computer monitor and their heart races, their palms get sweaty and their mouths dry. They feel like a fraud. Things like Was I just kidding myself? I'm no writer What was I thinking? Streak through their heads and then anxiety sets in, and even fear. Then it becomes a delaying action. It isn't very much fun facing that blank screen. It is similar to a firing squad except that the target is much more up-close and personal, it's your self-esteem and pride.

Harlequin Presents The Billionaires Secret Babies

Author: Lucy Monroe,Abby Green,Annie West,Susan Stephens

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1459295625

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

View: 1540


How will these bachelor billionaires react when the pregnancy test unexpectedly turns uppositive? Find out in this secret baby box set featuring USA TODAY bestselling HarlequinPresents authors! Pregnancy of Passion by Lucy Monroe Their tempestuous affair ended years ago, but Salvatore di Vitale is back and the chemistry between him and Elisa is as explosive asever. When passion leads to pregnancy, Salvatore must claim his heir! Secrets of the Oasis by Abby Green Sheikh Salman can have anything he wants and he wantsbeautiful Jamilah. When she returns to his desert kingdom, he spirits her off to an oasiswhere their passionate reconciliation has everlasting consequences… The Desert King's Pregnant Bride by Annie West Sheikh Khalid Bin Shareef has always vowed not to get entangled with virgins. But innocentMaggie Lewis is too hard to resist. Then they find their red-hot night had unexpectedrepercussions that only marriage can solve. One Night-Baby by Susan Stephens When sweet Kate Mulhoon met top Hollywood producer Santino Rossi she was swept away by hisfiery desire. He knew nothing of her innocence, or of the baby they made that night…untilKate appeared on his film set in Rome, five years later…

Connect All the Missing Pieces of Your Life

Author: Regina Rosier

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1450206565

Category: Fiction

Page: 148

View: 4426


Bailey, a beautiful African American teenager grew up in Brooklyn NY's Red Hook projects in the mid 1960's and had more than her share of hurdles to leap over. Her mother was admitted into an insane asylum because of her inability to get over the guilt of a childhood incident. Her world was shattered when she received a call from the asylum notifying her of her mother's death. The suspicious circumstances were vague and sadly she was never provided with a valid reason. Bailey later personally experienced some of the asylum's underhanded dealings. Other tragedies befall Bailey that causes her to lose touch with her best friend and eventually with her own daughter. Bailey normally confronted her dilemmas and moved beyond them but plagued by depression, her mental state started to decline and she ended up in an insane asylum not knowing whether or not she would ever leave the place alive and see loved ones again. This emotionally overwhelming novel chronicles Bailey's challenges which includes heartbreak and homelessness. Is she strong enough to ultimately overcome any obstacle that stands in her way? Does she ever get out of the insane asylum and reconnect with lost ties from her past?