Maybe Baby An Infertile Love Story Author:Matthew Miller One of a man's most prized prerogatives is the ability to produce a child. But what happens when that ability is challenged? Twenty-seven-year-old Matthew M. F. Miller came across that dilemma when he and his wife Constance's plans to have a child were thwarted by fertility problems. Miller's solution was not to mope, but to reach out to other m... more »en and to the 6.1 million couples in America who encounter the same situation. Based on Miller's popular blog of the same name, Maybe Baby is a romantic comedy ? a book about love, inappropriate moments at the urologist's office, reproductive clinics, survival and (hopefully one day) triumph ? all through the eyes of a man. It is about the intense love and connection that adheres to any flavor of family unit, biological or otherwise.« less
Michelle Q. reviewed Maybe Baby: An Infertile Love Story on
Amusing story of one couple's infertility journey, written from the male perspective. Matthew Miller writes a self-deprecating, yet humorous memoir about his process to become a father. Faced with low sperm count and desperate to get his wife pregnant, he faces things with love and humor that no man should have to go through. (Ice packs for the crotch?!?) In the latter half of the book, after exhausting the "natural" methods, he and his wife attempt IUI and IVF. This book ends before the conclusion they hope for, but his blog continues the story. Fun, hopeful read.