Katherine Kuzma-Beck

An academic mom.

A baby book is not something that readers will typically associate with art books. However, the photography included in Your Baby Is Speaking to You is heart-warming and makes the book a great one to leaf through, even for those of us who do not have children and for those of us who are not usually captivated …

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Today my pregnancy app told me that I would probably feel kicks soon and that this may make me feel more attached to my baby. I’ve been feeling the butterflies from him for a couple weeks now and I saw his little face that looks like a baby already just two weeks ago. We’ve named …

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My week started off with a trip to the ultrasound place. We both were looking forward to it for a week because we would have gotten the envelope that had the sex of our baby in it. Only, baby had other plans. The moment that she put the wand on to my stomach, we looked …

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Martian Child

Dr. Katherine Kuzma-Beck Hart

It’s icky and cold here in New Jersey today. It was very hard to get up with that 6AM alarm. By me, it was just beginning to rain, but by the time I got into the capital city to teach today, the roads were slick and the rain had become the ever so lovely mix …

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I am 15 weeks pregnant. And I just submitted my doctoral comprehensive exam. All 50 pages of its 13,000-word glory which I wrote when I spent much of the writing period in bed battling the worst flu I think I have ever had. Getting sick when you’re pregnant is kind of one of those sick …

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I want to get back into my writing. I have really missed it. I also have such great ideas for things too. However, life seems to have given me other plans for a bit. After a really long summer of interning, teaching college and working full-time in a hotel to save for the wedding, I …

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Women are different then men. We think differently, we respond to the world differently, we approach life differently and more even more noticeably, we age differently. For men, I think life is a long continuous line of experiences and outcomes. They are born, they grow, they become old and they pass on. Women, of course, …

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