August 6, 2010

Boston Globe | USA Today
“I knew I had a choice: Either write about [the birth] myself — though I’ve been uncomfortable about my celebrity — or have someone else do it,” writes the Boston Globe’s Elizabeth Comeau. “My family and I have often joked about what the headline would read, with fears of ‘Test-tube baby has test-tube baby’ in bold black letters across the top of a page.” || May 2004: Test-tube baby turns down “Sharon Osbourne Show” so she can study for finals. [Note: That was not Comeau in the picture posted earlier.]

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