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Three newly married couples want to start a family. However, there are a few complications, for Brad & Pilar, it's time, not only are they both very mature, Brad already has grown up daughter and is about to have a baby of her own. For Andy & Diana, it would be difficult for her to conceive, so they explore other options, like surrogacy and adoption. And for Charlie and Barbara, it's the fact that he wants to be a father but she is not sure if she wants to.Written by
This is a very poor adaption of one of Danielle Steel's best books, Mixed Blessings. Read it instead. Scott Baio is all wrong in the role of Charlie, and so is Alexandra Paul as Beth. On the flip side, the best performances are turned in by Gabrielle Carteris and the always wonderful Bruce Greenwood as Diana and Andy. They're just about the only good things about the movie!
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