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My Daughter Was Born While I Was in Prison

This baby not only changed my life — she saved it

A black and white closeup photo of a mom holding her newborn baby.
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When people think of giving birth to their first child, they probably think of prenatal appointments with their doctor, watching the baby grow inside them. Maybe they think of gender reveal parties and family coming together to welcome a new life into…

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