I can not thank Peggy Orenstein enough for her courage to share her story!
It's great to read a story of someone going through the same situation as yourself and know that you're not alone in the way you feel or react to that situation.
I highly recommend this book to anyone struggling through Infertility or anyone who knows someone who's struggling.
Peggy Orenstein is a great writer and I blew this book wanting to see what happened next. It was a wonderful ride of troubles and enlightenment on the path to parenthood. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ScanlanNY
I liked this a lot. working in the adoption field, I am exposed to many infertile couples. this was a great personal account of her struggle and then success.Published 6 months ago by Jennifer Highley
Really enjoyable book, I love Orenstein's writing style. Very quick, fun read. My only complaint was that the focus was so much about getting pregnant and very very little about... Read morePublished 6 months ago by carlye applegate
Book was a gift for someone with fertility problems as a gesture of hope... however, book was unrealistic to reader b/c the author has more money than the average person to afford... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tricia Savage
Helped me and my wife see the difficulties ahead and decide which way to go. Good read for those beginning the sometimes lengthy and difficult process of trying to conceive.Published 13 months ago by LR1979
Great read for those going through infertility treatments. Not a medical advise, or treatment book. This is a book you can read, and relate to. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Julie West
Quick read, really enjoyable, especially if you are going through it. Felt very connected to the characters - like reading the journal you meant yo keep!Published 17 months ago by Lisa Joy Cohen
What a sweet book. Having never been on her journey, each page was a new piece of a very intriguing puzzle. A tear jerker with lots to offer any woman.Published 21 months ago by Amber McMath
This book is exquisitely written from an infertility standpoint. The author leads you through their personal journey so well that if you have or are going through it you feel in... Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Katharine Anderson