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Meet Featured Mom Rachel Demas of New York

Meet Featured Mom Rachel Demas of New York pictured above with daughter Claire!

Started by Cynthia Wilson James

0 Jul 23, 2015

MEET FEATURED MOM DARLINE TURNER

Meet Featured Mom Darline Turner, a Nationally Certified Physician Assistant who gave birth at 37 and 40 after two miscarriages! http://www…

Started by Cynthia Wilson James

0 Dec 19, 2014

Be a Featured Mom of the Month

First time moms over 35 or 40, encourage others by sharing your story as the Featured InSeason Mom of the Month. http://inseasonmomreflecti…

Started by Cynthia Wilson James

7 Sep 7, 2012
Reply by Cynthia Wilson James

Meet Katherine Anderson, Featured Mom of the Month

"I was 39 when I got pregnant and no one knew we were trying except my managers at work. My mom passed on the previous year and I was so n…

Started by Cynthia Wilson James

0 Sep 5, 2012

RocketStart Your Inspiration!

Check out the inspirational interviews from women in their late 30s and in their 40s who gave birth to babies against all odds. Each has a…

Started by Cynthia Wilson James

0 Jan 16, 2012

"Advanced Maternal Age" Outdated As "Old Maid" Or "Spinster"

I believe the term "advanced maternal age" is as outdated as the term "old maid" or "spinster." What are your thoughts?

Started by Cynthia Wilson James

0 Aug 9, 2011

Being over 40 means;......(please add to this)

You learn how to pick and choose what's worth fighting for. You learn how to pass on stuff not worth getting worked up over. You don't alwa…

Started by Harriet B

12 Oct 4, 2010
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