ESSAY HANNAH ENGELKAMP

Effortless Poetry of the Toddler

Hannah Engelkamp loves walking outside, her son loves it too. But as a mother with a deficit of peace and satisfaction, she can't seem to find it with him. How can he teach her his uncomplicated joy? I love walking, Hannah Engelkamp writes, but at this time I am not able to walk. I am not injured, I'm not disabled nor a prisoner; I have a toddler. Since my caesarean I have walked with the baby in a sling and then a buggy, but walks were all about how long he'd be happy. There was certainly no sense of abandon, of freedom...


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