It's strange, but I'm very excited that this new movie is about to open in a week or so. As hard and painful as it is to want a child of your own and not be able to have one...you would think that I wouldn't want to go and see this movie. However, I'm really happy that infertility is even being broached as a topic for movies. Albeit a comedy...and we all know that infertility is anything but funny in real life. But knowing that it is a concern for more than just me...that, surprisingly, brings me some comfort. I will be at the movie theater on opening day (probably with a box of tissues).
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