Saturday, May 2, 2009


This book was a real help to my husband and I and now I want to offer it to any couples out there who also need a little encouragement. It does have some highlighting and underlining in it, but it is only gentle used. 

The book's description is as follows, "There's good news for couples who have been diagnosed as infertile; more than half of them will eventually conceive a child. One in six Americans of childbearing age experiences infertility problems-typically causing stress, sexual difficulties, marital discord, and a disturbing uncertainty about the future. This book focuses on building an attitude of hope and optimism."

Leave me a comment with your email and I will choose a random winner on Tuesday, May 5th. 


RB said...

It sounds like a great book! My email is

Frizzy said...

I would love a chance to read it! Especially now that we're starting our second adoption. It's amazing how many feelings come back when one starts answering all these questions again. AAACK! Don't get me wrong, I'm so thankful for my daughter EVERY DAY! Sometimes those old wounds just seem to open again w/o any warning is all.

Anonymous said...

oooo! Sounds like a great book. I'd love to read it and then pass it on to someone else.

KikiBelle said...

I just found your blog today and saw this, just in the nick of time! We have been ttc for 4+ yrs. I think the hardest part is to live in the moment and try not to think to far in the future and answer all the "what if's". And of course the almost CONSTANT questioning of God's will, which "no man can know" anyway. It looks like a good book and one we would also share w/ our friends who have been ttc for over 7 yrs. Thank you for your blog and all that it offers.