Parent Trip: Nykia Harrison of Germantown

It was never her plan to be six months pregnant, separated, and living in her childhood bedroom.

Parent Trip: Nykia Harrison of Germantown

It was never her plan to be six months pregnant, separated, and living in her childhood bedroom.
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“I always knew I was destined for something different—that I was going to have all these people around.”

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“It was like seeing somebody that you’ve been waiting on for a long time. It was a very magical moment.”

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“I didn’t want to come to SpeakUp! – my mom made me. But then I didn’t want to leave.”

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Now strangers glance at them and inevitably say, “You have your hands full.”

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Hit the pumpkin spice hard on a Saturday morning, grab a nice flannel and hiking boots, and hit the trails.

The Parent Trip: Christina and Roger Mosteller of Pennington

Where children were concerned, if Christina had her foot on the accelerator, Roger was determined to apply the brakes.

The Parent Trip: Svetlana and Vardgas Oganisean, of Feasterville

“Children are to continue our lives,” Vardgas says. “Somebody to have our last names. When you have children, you feel absolutely different; you understand your life, why you’re living, why you’re working.”

This fall’s family events explore ‘Worst-Case Scenarios,’ magic, candy, Day of the Dead, and the ‘Baby Shark’ phenomenon

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