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Harvesting the Heart Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Conception 1985-1993, Chapter 18, Paige Summary

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Part 1, Conception 1985-1993, Chapter 18, Paige Summary

Paige has been reading an article about post-partum depression and the fact that some women who suffer from this illness have been known to kill their babies. The article suggests that a new mother should write down all the things they can do well in order to fight the oppressive depression that sometimes comes with new motherhood. Paige writes out a list that revolves around her skills in dealing with Max, including the ability to dress him, to make his formula, and to change his diaper.

The doorbell rings and it is the UPS man. Ever since Astrid found out about the baby, the UPS man has been coming almost daily. The package today contains a stool with puzzle pieces that spell out Max's name. There is also a silk scarf for Paige with a note saying not only...

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