Actress Elisabeth Rohm talks about her difficult road to motherhood, including struggling with infertility and eventually undergoing IVF to have her daughter, as outlined in her new book, “Baby Steps.”
The “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” actress is speaking out for the first time about her rocky road to motherhood in her new book, “Instant Mom.” She talks to TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about her multiple rounds of IVF and the adoption of her daughter, saying, “I’m supposed to be her mother.”
The reality star tells TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb that because of her infertility issues, getting pregnant was a miracle. She also discusses why she is still legally married to Chris Humphries, and how she has been watching her sister Kourtney to get parenting advice and tips.
Elizabeth and Anthony Stewart struggled with infertility for years, and were devastated after delivering still-born twins. Following fertility treatments, they later had a daughter named Lilya, and upon trying again, they learned Elizabeth was pregnant with quadruplets. Broadway performer Alison Lu
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More couples struggling with infertility are choosing an alternative path to parenthood: Finding a surrogate thousands of miles from home. NBC’s Ian Williams reports on a family who chose an Indian surrogate, and TODAY contributor Dr. Roshini Raj talks about the pros and cons to the growing trend.