Watch the Mom at Last Adoption Book Video

Her biological clock ticking louder each day, Sharon Simons felt her heart sink as yet another “Mr. Wonderful” turned out to be a frog—not the prince she was waiting for. But when the right man did come along, their journey toward parenthood seemed more like a machete trail through a jungle than the smooth path of her dreams. Enduring 3 failed IVFs and the loss of their unborn twins, Sharon and her husband decided to adopt—taking a whirlwind trip to Russia and navigating the rough waters of international adoption red tape. Their journey ended, or rather began, when two baby boys were placed in their arms for the long trip home. Continue reading →

Charlene Oldham Interviews Sharon Simons

Sharon Simons with children

Here, I ask her a few questions about her long journey to motherhood and the even-more-challenging task of penning her first book. In addition to making time for an interview, the busy mom has also offered to give away a copy of Mom at Last.

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I’d So Rather Be Reading Review of Mom at Last

Mom at Last How I Never Gave Up Memoir

What a great read! Books like Mom at Last make me want to read more nonfiction. Being a mother to a two-year old, I could really identify with Sharon’s desire to become a mother.

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A Woman’s Struggle to Become a Mom

Hunter and Dylan

A woman’s struggle to become a mom is now universal. From celebrities to your next door neighbor, most of us know someone who wants to be a mom. Whether the roadblock is infertility, age, finding the right partner, or finances, … Continue reading →

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