SuperLove supplied Duffy and Rhonda with joyous care: neighbor Mrs. Milich was always there with a yard full of kids; Cousin Chris Cramer from Michigan nannied one summer month; Aunts Nancy and Joyce lived in the metro area; room & boarders like George Cooper and Dave Campbell helped out; best of all were overnights with church softball team families. Holy Joy bore me through another long Sunday of labor, this time with Lamaze breaths, two trips to Baltimore and a walk with Ted by the harbor between cervical exams. At 12:10 a.m. on my thirty-first birthday in the University of Maryland hospital lobby an administrative nurse delivered our daughter Jean. Flurries of visual arts and writings overflowed the six weeks I took off work, including a five page account "My Birth Day". Jesus' Peace Power kept us confident we could support our growing family of five and I still dreamed we'd adopt a son.