PAGE HAS ALWAYS
BEEN A TEACHER
Ok, and a talker.
With more than 25 years of experience in broadcast journalism and professional development training, and almost 6'0" of height, Page Fehling sets the bar high both literally and figuratively when it comes to extraordinary communication.
Page is a third generation speaker and facilitator who grew up just outside of Washington, D.C., and graduated from UNC - Chapel Hill. She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras (si, se habla espanol), an NBC Page (yes, she was, "Page-the-Page") in New York, and a news anchor in both Raleigh and Charlotte (she woke up at 2:00 a.m. to be on live TV five hours a day for more than a decade; excuse her while she sneaks in a nap). Her favorite role, however, has always been as a teacher. Helping guide fellow humans into being their best selves both at work and at home makes Page tick.
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two parents. two sides of the story.
Join Jake and Page Fehling as they hold your hand—but not your leg, that’s your job, dads—through your pregnancy journey. Jake and Page each write their own accounts of major pregnancy milestones, then react to the other’s recollections. Holy Crap, Let’s Go To Therapy was a close runner-up for the title.
Jake and Page may be three-time parents, but they’re first-time authors. So they’re keeping their fingers crossed that you like their book. But not their legs… because clearly that hasn’t worked for them in the past.