You’ll Understand When You’re a Mom Someday

Annalise dies in the bathtub. The baby screaming. Her husband panicking. The doula calling 911 on a cellphone smeared with red. Lacy clouds of blood surround her. Her eyes are glassy, tear tracks leaking down her cheeks.  By the time the ambulance arrives, Annalise is breathing again. There is blood in a vast circle around … Continue reading You’ll Understand When You’re a Mom Someday