Collecting bottles, tossing leftovers, taking out the garbage
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Tytia Habing used to work as a horticulturist in the Cayman Islands, where she was bitten by the most endangered iguana on earth. She now lives in Watson, Illinois.
Seven years ago, when Tytia Habing first became pregnant, she secretly hoped for a girl. She got a boy instead, and ever since, she says, her life has been “filled with dirt, broken toys, shoes full of sand, sticks, scraped knees, cut-up cardboard boxes, mud, toy guns, dinky cars, and a never-ending sense of amazement at this foreign little creature I brought into the world.”