The Mammarina has allowed me to do the impossible: breastfeed exclusively while working full-time at a corporate law firm, without ever having to pump!
Vanessa Lo, Shearman & Sterling LLP
The Intimizer has eliminated all the guilt and self-loathing I used to feel over being away from my baby when I traveled for my consulting work.
Srilaxmi Patel, Goldman Sachs
As a hedge fund manager on Wall Street, I believe that wearing the MyBump through Month 7 allowed me to avoid discrimination that would have resulted had I revealed my pregnancy earlier.
Katherine Hernandez-Taylor, AQR Capital Management
My 9-week pregnancy was a breeze and enabled me to bring my daughter into the world with only minor disruption to my tennis career. It was nothing short of a miracle
Brandi Riggs, Team USA, Women’s Tennis and two-time Olympic gold medalist
As a sergeant in the army, I’m no stranger to pushing my physical limits. But I also see no reason to suffer needlessly. EGRESSA is the smartest way to experience labor and delivery. You get the full experience of childbirth with none of the pain—minus the needles and side effects of an epidural.
In Mother of Invention, a provocative and thrilling experiment turns into a profound exploration of what it means to be a parent in this ever-changing world, questioning the very nature of time and our obsession with it.
Elizabeth L. Silver
author of The Execution of Noa P Singleton and The Tincture of Time
Caeli Wolfson Widger’s vision of our reproductive future is smart, original, and provocative — and manages to be a page-turner too. Mother of Invention is a refreshingly of-the-moment novel, and is sure to be a talker.
author of Watch Me Disappear
Supremely entertaining and equally intelligent, readers will be up all night turning the pages of Caeli Wolfson Widger’s prescient novel, enchanted by its heroine, ambitious biotech game changer, who shatters the definition of womanhood as we know it, soaring past the question, “Can a woman have it all?
author of The Gypsy Moth Summer and Cutting Teeth
Exuberant and smartly plotted, Widger’s latest novel takes readers to a plausible near future where Silicon Valley and other forces partner for control over women’s reproductive rights, with an unexpected assist from a lauded feminist. Chilling and perceptive, you won’t be able to put it down.
author of Touch and I’m Having So Much Fun Here Without You