"For many mothers in central Ohio, nesting — that wonderful instinct to prepare a perfect home for a new baby — is a luxury that life has not afforded them.
They may be immigrants who just moved to Columbus with little more than the clothes they arrived wearing. They may be women who intended to work right up until delivery, but were put on bed rest. They may be victims of domestic violence who fled the homes where newborn supplies were left behind.
But every month, for the past 33 years, a dedicated group of volunteers does what it can to help prepare the nests that will nurture the babies these women deliver." (continued)