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Topic - Sharon Simons
After losing the twins, "you can go either way — get depressed or you can be more determined" to have a child, she said. "And I think it made me more determined, to know that that was what I wanted — to be a mom. I was going to figure it out one way or another."
There were so many dark days on the way to parenthood, said Mrs. Simons, who is writing a memoir about her experiences.