By Ashley Strehle Hartman
Posted on Omaha World-Herald’s Momaha.com on Sept. 10, 2020
This morning, I debated whether I should be kissing my infant daughter so much.
My husband was congested and I had the beginnings of a tickle in my throat. It could be ragweed allergies. It was probably just ragweed allergies. But what if it wasn’t?
It wasn’t the first time COVID-19 had made me question my parenting instincts.
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