Infertility is a battle that women have been fighting for centuries, but the seemingly taboo subject is rarely discussed openly. In "Having a Baby and Other Things I'm Bad At," Bailey Henry describes her journey with infertility, including four miscarriages, marriage, grief, love, and the chance she was never properly potty-trained. With raw honesty, heartbreak, and a bit of potty humor, Bailey discusses the trials of being pregnant, but never having a baby. She masterfully brings women's issues to the foreground—where they belong. If you've known the devastating loss of a child, or if your life simply hasn't turned out the way you thought it would, this one is for you.