Moved by the thought that we should birth our children as we conceive them, a mother wonders what might happen if, 100 years from now, we conceive our children as we birth them—in a starkly lit hospital, monitors strapped on and specialists at the ready.
About Author: Kirsten Cordes
Kirsten Cordes lives in Dortmund, Germany, and wrote this parody in 2009, after commenting to her then-very-pregnant daughter that she had read somewhere that we should birth our children as we conceive them, so what would it be like if we conceived them how we birth them now?
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