Three Decades of Fertility

Do you ever wonder…

What if my life is about more than just ME?

What if the choices I make today impact thousands of lives

… for all eternity.

This unique book is your opportunity to find out what happened to ten ordinary women who gave three decades of their lives to embracing the gift of children.

Through their honest and open-hearted sharing, you will not only discover all kinds of practical information from how fertility looks as we age—to pregnancy problems and solutions, but you’ll also glean insights into the adventure of choosing a life of surrender to the Creator in the area of having babies.

These ladies are not super-moms. You’ll get to read about their struggles, doubts, financial problems, marriage issues, losses, and physical ailments during and after pregnancy. But you’ll also discover, right along with them, that God is bigger than you think—and His faithfulness to His children is always a given. No matter what happens.

Read the foreword written by Kelly Crawford of Generation Cedar HERE.

Read the introduction written by Natalie Klejwa of Visionary Womanhood HERE.

Read an excerpt from Yvonne Harink’s chapter “Through Children’s Children” HERE.

Read an excerpt from Jeannette Paulson’s chapter, “Tracing God’s Hand” HERE.

Not only will you get:

  • Ten incredible stories of God’s faithfulness
  • Two bonus chapters on health and nutrition for optimum fertility

But you will also get:

  • Answers to several questions that readers asked in a survey taken in 2012. All ten authors answer these questions with their own unique perspective on each one. Some of the questions include:

1. How do you deal with the fear of increased miscarriage, infant loss, or birth defects? How can one handle that kind of pain, especially over and over again?

2. How do you balance life with older kids and babies? Do you feel this is unfair to the older children? How do they feel about having more brothers and sisters? Is it being greedy to want more babies at the risk of not being able to meet the needs of the rest of the family?

3. How do I deal with extended family members, friends, and even the medical community who disapprove of our continuing to want more babies as we get older?

4. Will I have the energy I need to continue to raise children into my 50s if I have some in my 40s? Is it fair to the child to have older parents?

5. Do you have any practical tips for high mileage mamas dealing with fatigue, pelvic separation, joint pain, varicose veins, etc.? In other words, what kinds of pregnancy issues did you have to deal with, and how did you deal with them?

And more!

Read some of the answers HERE.

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