Even as things were getting really bad, Cassie Bonstrom’s mom, Susan M. Jack, would text her not to worry. This is the natural order, she said. People live and then they die. Babies are born. If Cassie was going to worry about anything, it should be the baby.
At almost nine months pregnant, that’s all Bonstrom imagined she would be worrying about. But nothing about the new world was typical. (Briana Bierschbach - Star Tribune)