A BABY STORY captures the experience of having a baby. . .from the early preparation to the delivery room. From traditional births to adoption, follow each couple as they tell their own story of the joys and frustrations of becoming a parent. Episode 18: Though only 25 and 27, respectively, Nicole and Tranell Sanders are hardly your average young couple. After dating for two years, the couple nearly broke up to go their separate ways when Tranell attended the Million Man March in Washington, DC and became so entranced by the message sent to African-American men at the event, that he returned home to South Central Los Angeles and told Nicole that he felt spiritually connected to her and that they should begin a family together. At present, they have an 18-month-old girl Zanzele. Nicole, trained as a massage therapist, feels her first priority is to be a mother and to nurture her child whom she calls "her special flower." Both Nicole and Tranell were raised by single mothers who were often working and away from the home. Because of this dynamic, both feel very strongly that they should have a loving, nurturing two-parent home in which to raise their family. Both the Sanders are very health concious. They are vegetarians and are planning their second natural birth. They dress in native African garb and play native African music. They are also very excited about this new baby and are actively involving Zanzele in the birthing and nurturing process.