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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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IVF COVID-19: Covid-19 is a heartbreaking time for women and men who were about to start fertility treatment. Many were told that they needed to stop.
Today on the blog I want to introduce you our infertility warrior Tess. Tess is a mom of a beautiful little boy Ferris, and pregnancy loss survivor. She is also a author of a children’s called “I’m very Ferris.” that gently explains the IVF process through a child’s point of view.
I never thought becoming a parent would be hard. After over a year of trying to conceive, Dan and I were referred to a fertility specialist. After a surgery and many blood tests, it turned out that there were problems on both sides, and the odds of conceiving without medical assistance were less than1%.
A review written by Lora Lucente about the children’s book “I’m Very Ferris” (author Tess Kossow, illustrator Carla F. Castagno). This review is about infertility and IVF children’s book aimed to raise awareness and normalize IVF children and how to explain IVF to a child.