Article about Ondine Sherman: Sorrows eased by small triumphs

A child is born. We unspool in our minds the narrative arc of future accomplishment. First smile, step, word, day at school. But what if this picture is shattered, frame by frame, by a slowly dawning realisation that all is not as it should be?

For Ondine Sherman and Dror Ben-Ami, the arrival of identical twin sons was soon accompanied by the insistent thrum of worry...

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