"In this anthology, 30 parents with various mental and physical disabilities discuss the beauty and challenges of parenting and raising a family in an ableist society."
–The New York Times
"Parenthood can tangle with grief and loss. Disability can include joy and abundance. And goddammit–disabled parents exist."
"Moving ... the essays are at their richest when the authors describe what ought to be mundane (for example, discussing how to adjust the height of a kitchen counter for a wheelchair) or when they are brutally honest."
–James Coney, The Sunday Times
"A brilliant, positive, and empowering read full of inspirational stories ... really eye-opening."
–Anita Rani, BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour
"Eliza is a legend–and a great advocate for our community. This book will help a lot of people!."
–Dylan Alcott, paralympian
"We've Got This is the book I needed many years ago when I was considering whether to have children. Now, as I embark on motherhood, these stories from these incredible parents will teach me so much"
–Nas Campanella, journalist
"All parenting is a leap of faith: with a disability it's a powerful affirmation of life–as the stories in We've Got This demonstrate."
–Virginia Trioli, journalist and radio/TV presenter
"We've Got This challenges the narrow stereotype of what disability looks like. It shows that disabled people are parents too–and bloody good ones at that! Thank you, Eliza, for disrupting the discourse."
–Lisa Cox, media professional and disability advocate
"We've Got This shows what's possible–that disabled people make brilliant parents. Eliza Hull is a skilful curator. This book should be mandatory reading for healthcare professionals, educators, and everyone wanting to be a better disability ally."
–Carly Findlay OAM, writer, speaker and appearance activist
"Full of deep, beautiful, important stories. I've learnt so much from this book."
–Clare Bowditch, musician, actress and radio presenter
"Eye-opening and heartwarming, We've Got This will make you laugh, cry, and rethink disability entirely. A must-read."
–Holly Ransom, public speaker and author of The Leading Edge
– PosAbility Magazine