With renewed determination, the author conducts her own research, keen to discover all she can about increasing her chances of becoming pregnant, and carrying her baby successfully to full term.
In my opinion, this diary is touching and inspirational; at the time of writing, Charlie and her loving husband Dave could only have hoped for a happy outcome. That hope continues to grow and blossom, enabling readers to share a newly wed couple's excitement and growing awe as they embark on the most important and life fulfilling role ever.
Charlie has a natural gift for inviting people into her world, in addition to providing a 'must have' friendly guide on what to expect on a week to week basis during pregnancy, we also experience life through Charlie's eyes. Whilst reading this book at times I shouted out loud and the usual comment from my own family was 'What's Charlie done now?'
The answer was loads - related with a wry humour that kept me giggling and eager to find out what would happen next: by turns funny, reflective and informative, this book is a keeper, and one to recommend to anyone who shares Charlie's dream of becoming a mum, or those who remember only too clearly the magic of introducing a new life into this world. Having said that, this diary is thoroughly entertaining, and I've no doubt those of the male persuasion will also enjoy this fascinating account of the true adventures of a mum to be.