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If you’re an IVF parent, you might be wondering how or when to approach the topic of your little one’s “origin story.” How and when should you talk about it? When? Fellow fertility warrior Tess Kossow aims to make this conversation easier for parents and kiddos alike in her new board books written specifically for IVF-conceived kids.
Tess Kossow wanted to share her son’s journey with others. Her 2-year-old son, Ferris, was conceived through in vitro fertilization. “There are no IVF books written from a child’s perspective, so I went ahead and created the book series,” said Kossow, who recently moved to Carmel from Chicag
This post is much longer than any other I’ve written so far, so please excuse the length of it. This is a topic that is very close to my heart. I’ve been working on this for over a year. It was one of the first topics I wanted to write about since starting BBLH.
I could write a children’s picture book that helped tell a story with a different answer to the often-dreaded question, “where do babies come from,” since the answer is no longer a one-size-fits-all. It doesn’t matter if you are single, married, gay, straight, divorced, or with a partner.
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