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Where Have All the Storks Gone?: A His and Hers Guide to Infertility By Chris Miller Michelle Miller Thomas C. Vaughn,

  • Title: Where Have All the Storks Gone?: A His and Hers Guide to Infertility
  • Author: Chris Miller Michelle Miller Thomas C. Vaughn
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Where Have All the Storks Gone offers a funny, yet touching view of infertility through the voice of a couple who has gone through it all Moments of hysterical laughter and poignant reflection mingle with appointments, drug regimens and exhaustion After facing nearly every struggle and setback on the journey through fertility treatments, we gathered our reflections andWhere Have All the Storks Gone offers a funny, yet touching view of infertility through the voice of a couple who has gone through it all Moments of hysterical laughter and poignant reflection mingle with appointments, drug regimens and exhaustion After facing nearly every struggle and setback on the journey through fertility treatments, we gathered our reflections and anecdotes together into a he said she said story It is our intent to give hopeful couples in any stage of treatment, and their well meaning family members and friends, an informative and insightful picture of infertility.
    Where Have All the Storks Gone A His and Hers Guide to Infertility Where Have All the Storks Gone offers a funny yet touching view of infertility through the voice of a couple who has gone through it all Moments of hysterical laughter and poignant reflection mingle

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    1. I told myself that I would read a few chapters before bed last night, and before I knew it, I was finishing the last chapter, with my breath caught in my chest Chris and Michelle Miller invite you into their home, their bedroom, their love story, as they very plainly lay out their four year journey into parenthood Unexplained infertility, fibroids, and the constant roller coaster of treatments, are explained in his hers alternating chapters with Michelle telling her take on things, followed by [...]

    2. I was sent this book for a review and will save my huge review for my blog Just wanted to write on that I loved it and highly recommend it to those going through or who have already endured infertility I laughed and teared up during this book It reminded me of everything we went through to get our little boy I love this couple and it s a great, funny, quick read Highly recommend

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