Medical tourism is big business worldwide; it’s estimated that 1 to 2 million people travel abroad for services ranging from cancer treatment to tummy tucks. But a pregnant woman who comes to the United States to give birth gets something even more valuable than medical care: U.S. citizenship for her baby.
In August of 1990 my brother, Patrick, and I started a small product and tooling design engineering company called Precision Concepts, Inc. The business was born out of personal necessity while the country was dealing with a recession.
This is the year when many of us dads will resolve to make a change in how we parent our children. We’ll decide to listen more, be more present, be more forgiving and understanding—perhaps even to be a better husband.