When I got pregnant, I knew for sure that I would be a single mom. Notwithstanding the fact that a father of my future baby and I were madly in love with each other. I just knew that he is an asshole and nothing would ever change him. Even a baby. Even a baby with me. He loved me but he loved himself more. And trust me that matters. But I had never had a though about getting an abortion. I wanted that child and I was far beyond the line "fucking-happy" that HE was THE father. Good genes, I guess. Every mother wants the best for her child and I knew for sure that these genes would do some good for my baby. Actually they did. Now I have one the sweetest child in the world. My beautiful daughter that I love with all my heart. To the moon and back as american people like to say. I don't regret my choice about having a baby. I'm a happy mother. I think I just knew that I would fine the better person for the role of father for my beloved one. I hope I successes at this. But anyway the point is - When I got pregnant, I knew that I was doing the right thing keeping that child. I was sure that I was blessed with that baby and nothing changed from my decision day.

Therefore I just don't understand women who say they don't want to be a mother. How is it possible? Maybe you don't want to be a mother right now, maybe in ten years... but never? How is it possible to lose such joy of having your own child? Children are blessing. That means - sorry but I don't feel that close with a main heroin Claudia from the book "Baby Proof" by Emily Giffin. I hated her and loved her at the same time. She is smart and sexy, wise and beautiful. She is Woman with a capital letter. She is an editor at the succeeding company. But she is a total BITCH saying such words about children. I understand her reasons. Hey, who wants to become a crazy-about-her-children-mother-who-wants-to-see-nothing-except-her-children? But who says that you would become one? 

Heh. I guess I don't like Claudia... but I like the book. *wink one more time* Right now I will try to forget about the heroin and tell you about these gorgeous chick-lit story she "lives" in. 

Claudia. Ben. He loved her. She loved him. They both didn't want children. They both wanted to be happy. Just two of them. Time passing... and someone had changed his mind. What would happen next? Would they survive such thing? Would they have a baby or would they prefer to split up? You have to read the book to know all answers. 
Just be ready for a very light pleasant reading. Be ready to fall in love with this book. I did. 

Emily Giffin wrote a great story with a lot of details and a lot levels. So many characters, so many things was going on.... but everything connected. Children are the center. 

4/5 stars.