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Tytia Habing

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.

— From August 2019
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A Boy

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.”

September 2015
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