Little Something: From Infertility & IVF to Marathons & Motherhood
By: Elizabeth Lockwood(Author)
When you decide to have a baby, but you have polycystic ovary syndrome, your husband has a low sperm count, and the only way forward is IVF treatment.Great.When it ends in failure and heartbreak, the most logical thing to do is to start running marathons...Right?Little Something is about hopes, dreams, and resilience. Finding ways to illuminate the darkness, and never ever giving up.Oh, and the miracles that occur when you least expect them.
Elizabeth Lockwood was born in a small town in South Wales, but grew up all over the place. She spent most of her childhood reading or trying to be the funny one. She gained three English degrees at different universities and tried (but mostly failed at) several types of career. Elizabeth followed a rather manic path to motherhood. After years of infertility, weight loss and marathons, the ups and downs have taken her from heartbreak to happiness and helped her become a more positive person. Her first book, Little Something, is about her fertility journey. Elizabeth lives in Wales with her husband and children. She loves taking part in running events, going for walks, baking cakes, writing, and anything magical.Elizabeth's website can be found at www.elizabethlockwood.co.uk.
||Little Something: From Infertility & IVF to Marathons & Motherhood
||Labradorite Press; First Edition edition (30 May 2017)
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