Is being a mom easier or harder if you are over 40? Here is a place where over 40 moms can share and bond together. Hey- we have our own set of demands in life. We can help one another.
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Started by Cynthia Tolbert-Wilson Apr 9, 2013. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Started by Lisa Bonnington AKA MOMFIusa. Last reply by InSeasonMom Cynthia Aug 16, 2011. 2 Replies 0 Likes
I became an adoptive Mom at age 46. We have four, adopted separately over two years, no relation to each other or us. It has taken us quite a while to get our routine and balance, but we are finally getting there! Any advice is welcome. Thank you!
Ugh ... I have a 15-year-old son who just informed us about 2 weeks ago that he was going to be a father ... and today he's being so disruptive in school that they are threatening to suspend him for several weeks and he has the nerve to cop an attitude with me via text message when I tell him if he doesn't straighten his act up I'm taking his phone (don't give a flying fig that he paid for it) and that I will cut him off from baby momma for 3 weeks he keeps this crap up.
Why can't they go from 11 to 20 overnight and skip the tween/teen years all together?
I am a 49 year old Nail Tech just starting out and I am going to be taking Business and Management to know how to start and run my business successfully as a licensed Nail Tech
I became a biological mom at 38 but we are thinking about having another now at 40. My blog is my journey, VP 2 Mommy. Wish me luck!!
I'm always looking for new friends to follow and I always follow back. I would love to swap interests with one another.
I would love to increase my readership as well. I am finding it a bit difficult. I do like coming on to the site and reading other blogs. I have found some great blogs. I normally keep track of the blogs that I join and try to comment on them at least once every other week until I just never hear from them. I love having tons of blogs to read and respond too.
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