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Research Position – mymomshouldhavenamedmegrace

Latched for Life For a mother, providing a comfortable and loving environment for a child will be the most important job she ever does. She will go to great lengths to feed and wash and nurture her child. The medical … Continue reading

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Reflective – mymomshouldhavenamedmegrace

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. Coming into College Composition II, I thought I was familiar with the basics of … Continue reading

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Bibliography – mymomshouldhavenamedmegrace

Annotated Bibliography “Breastfeeding Controversy: What is Normal? What is Accepted?” 18 May 2012. Background: This article touches on the controversy that extreme breastfeeding presents, focusing much of its content on the weaning age of breastfed children. The author … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Rewrite – mymomshouldhavenamedmegrace

There are moms who volunteer to make a hundred cupcakes for the school bake sale. There are moms who coach the soccer team when no one else steps up. There are moms who lose sleep making sure their child has … Continue reading

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Causal Argument – mymomshouldhavenamedmegrace

Feeding Babies, Starving Children When it comes to parenting, no one mother or father will agree on everything. When there are so many decisions, products, and consequences, it is not hard to believe. Within 24 hours of a baby’s birth, … Continue reading

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Visual – mymomshouldhavenamedmegrace

0:02 – A girl is walking down a hallway. I am confident in saying that she is in school, perhaps walking to her first class. She is surrounded by lockers, and carries a book bag. Although her back is turned … Continue reading

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