Mom at Last: How I Never Gave Up on Becoming a Mother

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Morgan James Publishing, Aug 1, 2013 - Family & Relationships - 236 pages
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Sharon SimonÕs memoir "MOM At LAST" is the story of one womenÕs fierce determination to become a Mom. It is a journey full of setbacks and emotionally devastating pitfalls but ultimately leads to her to true love and pure joy. "Mom At Last" will inspire those on that sometimes difficult journey to motherhood.
 

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MOM AT LAST is the story of Sharon Simons and her husband Rick, who she met just before the age of forty, and their quest to become parents together. Rick already had children from a previous marriage ... Read full review

Contents

The Baby House
1
Kissing My Last Frog
12
Stumbling Upon a Prince
28
My Poet
40
In Vitro
53
Egg Retrieval Day
64
Married and Pregnant
74
Somethings Not Right
80
Trip 1 Delaware to Novokuznetsk
157
Envelope No 2
171
The Baby House Again
181
The Long Wait
187
Planning
190
Trip 2 Delaware to Kemerovo
194
Paperwork and Poop
202
The Day After
208

Losing the Twins
89
What I Found
103
What I Found
113
In Vitro Two and Three
122
Adoption
140
The List
215
Home
221
Epilogue
226
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Sharon Simons is a tenacious woman who never allowed herself to be discouraged in her determination to be a mother. She works part-time as a director of marketing in the insurance industry and used her marketing skills to create and promote her website Mom At Last (www.momatlast.com). She recently launched The Adoption App on iTunes (www.theadoptionapp.com), hosts a weekly Internet show on Mom TV, and has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show sharing her story. She also has many published articles about her journey to becoming a mom. Like many women, Sharon struggled to find love and family; she wants to share her journey to inspire others with hope that being a parent is possible.

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