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Pregnant Over 40?

Updated on February 8, 2015

Pregnant Lady and Office Visit

Over the Hill and Having a Baby

Old, middle age, one foot in the grave, half dead, over the hill and pregnant...How could a woman my age; in my right mind possibly have a baby? Sure it can happen. It happens all the time. After all, I'm not menopausal.

I can imagine when my daughter or son graduates from High School. Once the ceremony is over, I will nudge my husband from his "old man's nap" and get up (hopefully without falling) to make it over to our child. I will lean over my walker and give my child a big hug. Everyone who comes up to us will say, "Are these your grandparents?" Oh...yes! I can't wait.

See "Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant" below on the products I have been getting. Since I first wrote this, more baby formula had arrived and other baby products.

(Created on 4/27/2009)

Baby Furniture on Amazon


Celebrities Who Had a Baby After 40 - Part 1

From left to right:

Geena Davis, actress - Twins at 48

Cherie Booth QC, wife of British Prime Minister, Tony Blair - Baby at 45

Beverly D'Angelo, actress - Twins at 49

Funny Baby and Mother Shirts

When the advertisers thought I was pregnant, my wacky imagination took over with what people would think if they saw me with a baby. I am sure many would think I was the grandma and not the mother.

Speaking of old age, I know that my mind is not as sharp as it use to be. What if I would misplace the baby?

Along with the celebrity women who have been pregnant pass the age of forty, included here are those wacky quoted shirts for the baby and the mommy!

These shirts are found within these two categories within the clickable buttons on the Sandyspider Gifts store page on Zazzle. "Baby" and "All In The Way You Say It" under Clothing.

Check out my Zazzle Gallery Here to View These Shirts

She's Not my Grandma - She's My Mommy


Getting Pregnant: What You Need To Know Right Now

Why We Didn't Have Another Child

Anyone who has read any of my articles knows that I had a college student. She is our only child. She always wanted a brother or sister. It is not that I hadn’t thought about another child. The cost of day care, the expense of raising a child and wanting to establish my career, kept me away from this. Not to mention the fact that I had morning sickness pretty much throughout the entire pregnancy. Top it off with migraines almost every day and in labor for three weeks before giving birth.

The first nine months of my daughter’s life she had chronic colic, where she would not cry, but SCREAM for hours night and day. She had a biblical hernia, which eventually healed itself. Once the colic ended, she had nine months of continuous ear infections. As soon as one infection cleared up, another one would begin again. We finally took her to a specialist, where he put tubes in her ears. We should have taken her to him earlier, but our primary physician wasn’t one for this type of surgery. Though after the surgery, she was a happy child. Given all of this, no wonder we didn’t have another child.

But soon...??? See "Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant"

I could have used this!

Stops Crying: Heartbeat Lullabies Original, Vol. 1

Women pregnant and over 40

Celebrities Who Had a Baby After 40 - Part 2

From left to right:

Susan Sarandon, actress - Baby at 46

Cheryl Tiegs, actress - Twins at 52

Annette Bening, actress - Baby at 41

See "Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant" below on the products I have been getting. Since I first wrote this, more baby formula had arrived. And in 2015 I started to get Parent's Magazine again.

70 Year Old Woman Gives Birth

The record is held by a 70-year-old Indian woman giving birth to twins on July 4th 2008.

"If I am the world's oldest mother it means nothing to me," Omkari Panwar said after the arrival of the babies, a boy and girl born a month premature and weighing just two pounds each. "I just want to see my new babies and care for them while I am still able."

The babies' father, a 77 years old retired farmer Charan Singh Panwar, who sold off his buffalo, and burned through his life savings just to pay for the in vitro fertilization treatments to help his wife to become pregnant. "The treatment cost me a fortune but the birth of a son makes it all worthwhile. I can die a happy man and a proud father," after doctors said it was likely that both babies were strong enough to survive.

"My daughters' have got a little brother, my husband and I have got an heir - that is all we ever wanted."

This is India, where there is a different cultural value placed females.

The previous recorded oldest woman to give birth was then-66-year-old Romanian Adriana Iliescu, who welcomed a daughter in 2005. That official record may stand, since Panwar doesn't have a birth certificate and estimates her age by claiming she was nine years old when the British left India in 1947.

When We Age, We Become Forgetful - Men Can Wear These Too Just Change the Style to Mens

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Celebrities Who Had a Baby After 40 - Part 3

From left to right:

Helen Hunt, actress, - Baby at 40

Brooke Shields, actress - Baby at 40

Halle Berry, actress - Baby at 41

Isn't nice how money can make anyone look good at any age. I suppose good genes do have a roll in this. Make sure you see some of the products that I have been getting with the advertisers in "Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant" below.

4 Piece Monkey Jungle Collection Crib Set

Risk of Being 40 and Pregnant

Many women have had success births with healthy babies after 40. But you should be aware of the possible risk.

Some of the risk include miscarriage, fetal distress, low birth weight (of the baby), Down syndrome in your child, and high blood pressure throughout the pregnancy. There is a risk of pregnancy diabetes, stillbirth and cesarean birth for those over 40. Make sure that you take your prenatal vitamins, eat a healthy diet, exercise appropriately and get plenty of rest.

Midlife Motherhood

Pregnancy Books for Women of All Ages

Link below for all formats of these books for the midlife woman or the younger woman.
Link below for all formats of these books for the midlife woman or the younger woman.

Cute Quotes on Baby Clothes - Stock Up on These

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See link towards the top and bottom of this page to view these | Source

Oh Baby!

See the the clickable buttons on the Sandyspider Gifts store page on Zazzle. "Baby" and "All In The Way You Say It" under Clothing to find these shirt for baby and mother.

Check out my Zazzle Gallery Here to View These Shirts

Advertisers Knew I Was Pregnant

Amazing How Advertisers Know It All

For months I had been getting a free subscription to “American Baby” and “nourishing dreams” magazines. Along with countless coupons and information mailed to me on parenting for my new baby. I had diaper samples and formula. I just couldn't wait at the time to see what else I would receive from all these advertisers.

Obliviously the advertisers knew something that I didn’t know. After all they could not possibly send out all of this to a person who was not pregnant.

At the time I had just finished done writing a weight loss diary article, which was later renamed healthy living. My Quest for Healthy Living Diary This article should have came first if I was indeed pregnant. This would have explained some of the weight gain if I was pregnant. (Note: Do not diet when you are pregnant.)

My niece, who had announced her pregnancy at that time and ended up getting all my gifts.

(Since I first wrote this that day in 2009, my niece had given birth to a cute baby boy with a full head of hair. She had since thanked me for all the gifts.)

Fisher-Price Rainforest Melodies and Lights Deluxe Gym

Pregnancy and Birth - F.A.Q.

Q: Does pregnancy affect a woman's memory?

A: Most of the ladies I asked don't remember.

Q: Q: My wife is 5 months pregnant and so moody that she's borderline irrational.

A: So what's your question?

Q: When does a woman's biological clock start ticking?

A: Right after she looks in the mirror and thinks, "On my God, crow's feet!"

Q: What is the most common pregnancy craving?

A: For men to be the ones who get pregnant.

Q: Should I have a baby after 35?

A. No, 35 children is way too many already.

Q: I'm two months pregnant now. When will my baby move?

A: With any luck, right after he finishes college.

Q: How will I know if my vomiting is morning sickness or the flu?

A: If it's the flu, you'll get better.

Q: The more pregnant I get, the more often strangers smile at me. Why?

A: Cause you're fatter then they are.

Q: My childbirth instructor says it's not pain I'll feel during labor, but pressure. Is she right?

A: Yes, in the same way that a tornado might be called an air current.

Q: When is the best time to get an epidural?

A: Right after you find out you're pregnant.

Q: Is there a reason I have to be in the delivery room while my wife is in labor?

A: Not unless the word "alimony" is a concern for you.

Q: I'm modest. Once I start to deliver, who will see me in that delicate position?

A: Authorized hospital personnel only -- doctors, nurses, orderlies, photographers, florists, cleaning crews, journalists, etc.

Prenatal Vitamins

Prenatal Vitamins

Celebrities Who Had a Baby After 40 - Part 4

From left to right:

Jennifer Beals, actress, - Baby at 41

Jane Kaczmarek, actress - Babies at 41, 43 and 46

Holly Hunter, actress - - Twins at 47

Not pictured, Yoko Ono at age 42

You have to admire these women!

Food Cravings - Any strange ones?

Have you ever had food cravings? (Pregnant or not or if you are a man)

Read "Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant" before you Congratulate me

Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow

Leachco Snoogle Original Maternity/Pregnancy Total Body Pillow, Ivory
Leachco Snoogle Original Maternity/Pregnancy Total Body Pillow, Ivory

I could have used this pillow when I was pregnant.


Oversized - Total Body Pregnancy Pillow-

Web Linens Inc Oversized - Total Body Pregnancy Maternity Pillow- Full Support - w/Zippered Cover - White - Exclusively By Blowout Bedding RN# 142035
Web Linens Inc Oversized - Total Body Pregnancy Maternity Pillow- Full Support - w/Zippered Cover - White - Exclusively By Blowout Bedding RN# 142035

This would help keep the "mother to be" to sleep on her side. Sleeping on your back during pregnancy is not recommended. Less oxygen goes to the fetus.


Help for Morning Sickness

Honey, Take the Baby Clothes and Furniture Out of Our Garage Sale!

Since I first wrote this the advertisers had send me magazines and samples two more times in 2012 and 2015. Though the samples did not come like they had before the first time around, they thought I was pregnant. We did have a lot of formula and some nice samples the first time.

Each time "Parent's Magazine" had been delivered to our door with the cute baby photos on the covers. I had wondered if all these free samples would start up all over again.

After all "Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant".

© 2009 Sandy Mertens

Baby After 40? - All comments are appreciated - tell me what you think

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    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      4 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      onetouchnewlife Thanks for commenting. I do follow back but please don't ask in the comments.

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      Albert Kivak 

      4 years ago from Cemetary

      Really insightful blog. Much appreciated if you could follow me, thanks.

    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      4 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Lady Guinevere Menopause hit my mother late and looks like I will follow that way. So my daughter thinks this is good because she said that she could have a child late in life. Which means that I may not see my grandchildren either.

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      Vasim Yusuf Tamboli 

      4 years ago

      Very Nice Article...!!

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      Debra Allen 

      4 years ago from West By God

      Well my oldest daughter waited until she was 32 to have her first child. He was a good birth and then 2 yeas later she had another boy and he was also a very good birth. She had no complications. I think with all the health upgrades to ones diet that it isn't all that bad now. I also think that they will think that the mothers are their grandmothers too. If it keeps going up the age that one can have children I will not get the chance to see my grandchildren have their own children. To me that is a sad thing indeed.

    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      4 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      I have niece and a couple of nephews on my husband's side that are not that much younger than me.

      Looks like I have some work to do on this hub. But the Halloween one's first.

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      Glenn Stok 

      4 years ago from Long Island, NY

      I have a similar situation. My sister is much older than me and she had her kids early, so my niece is young enough to be my daughter.

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      Sandy Mertens 

      4 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      My mother-in-law was close to 40 when she had my husband. She had her kids in batches. So the first three are old enough to be out parents.

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      Glenn Stok 

      4 years ago from Long Island, NY

      I found this to be a very interesting hub, Sandy (Originally your lens on Squidoo). I didn't know so many women had babies so late in life. I related to it because my mother was 43 when she had me. And that was really something for those days.

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      6 years ago

      Very interesting to know. Just a decade ago, women would have been afraid of pregnancy after the age of 40. Nice to know that pregnancy and a good delivery after 45 is possible today.

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      6 years ago

      adding to my last comment - my son is now almost 14 and we are very close - he is a fantastic boy and really glad I had him but maybe a little bit younger - lol

    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      @mouse1996 lm: I wouldn't say it is selfish of her. In many of these 3rd world countries, a woman is a piece of property. She had no choice but obey the rules of her husband. He was selfish.

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      6 years ago

      Bless your heart for doing this lens. My husband wants another baby, and i was skeptical being that i am 44. After reading this lens, i just may give it some thought. MAYBE! Again, bless you for this.

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      6 years ago

      had my 5th and last at 42 - had pre-eclampsia so emergency c section at 31.4 weeks

      not recommended to have a baby after 40

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      mouse1996 lm 

      6 years ago

      I have not had kids yet, and I'm hitting 35 this year. I have been stressing over it, but it is comforting seeing so many famous women didn't have kids until later in life. I would still like to have my kids born before 40, but I won't stress if it happens after 40. I'm a late bloomer, so it's bound to happen.

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      mouse1996 lm 

      6 years ago

      @ArtzeeChris LM: I believe the mother already died. I feel so sad for that baby. She will probably not remember her parents and who knows where she will end up. I know why she did it, but I feel it was kind of selfish of her.

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      ArtzeeChris LM 

      6 years ago

      @sockii: Well you just never know, I was told by a world famous fertility doc I had about A 1% chance I could ever get pregnant due to stage IV endometriosis this was after 10 years of trying to conceive, Three weeks later I was pregnant with my now 13 year old at 36. We thought we had our miracle baby and at the age of 41 I was pregnant with my 8 year old. So miracles do happen. Good luck to you

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      ArtzeeChris LM 

      6 years ago

      I"m one of the after 40 moms. I had my first baby at 36 after 10 years of infertility then after we had our miracle baby, I would up pregnant again at 41! Now I'm 49 and going through menopause and I have a 2nd grader! LOL I think there are many wonderful benefits to being an older mom but I do have one comment about the indian women who had a baby at 70 and the father who was in his late 70s. I'm not sure if I agree with having children that late in life because their life expectancy is not going to be enough to raise these babies to adulthood. Also it's so physically demanding taking care of infants and young children, you would have to be in really really good shape to take it on. Just my thoughts....

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      Rose Jones 

      6 years ago

      Very nice lens - thorough and informative. Blessed!

    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      @marsha32: You would have a built-in baby sitter. At least after school.

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      Nicole Pellegrini 

      6 years ago from New Jersey

      What makes me crazy is the fact that I belong to number infertility support groups on line means I end up bombarded with advertising for fertility treatments - none of which I can afford. Yeah, it's great for all these celebs who are over 40 and have all the $$$'s in the world to keep getting treatment (or adopt) until they can bring home a baby. I just turned 40 this year and the hardest part of it has been trying to accept that my dreams of ever having a child are just dwindling away by the day.

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      6 years ago

      so I take it you weren't really pregnant?

      Just the other day my 15 yr old tells me that she wants me to have a baby...what?!? I'm 46 years old! She's suddenly decided she doesn't want to be the youngest child.

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      Lorelei Cohen 

      6 years ago from Canada

      Well I am glad to see that advertisers are hot on the ball to any hints of pregnancy that might filter out into the air near them. Hope your niece enjoys the magazines and other freebies.

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      7 years ago

      Great lens Sandy! My son had lots of colic followed by chronic ear infections too. He had ear tubes put in and they were like magic in eliminating the ear infections. Hope you and baby are healthy!

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      7 years ago

      Such a nice reading, you gave me nice laugh with the Q&A!

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      7 years ago

      My mom had a few babies after 40, and I'm very glad she did!

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      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I'm expecting this fall, I'm very excited :) Great lense, many blessings.

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      Sandy Mertens 

      7 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      @anonymous: Yes, I will have to add Yoko Ono sometime.

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      7 years ago

      Nice work compiling all the names of notable women who had babies later in life. I have one to add to your list -Let's not forget Ms. Yoko Ono (Lennon). I believe she was 45 when she had her son Sean Lennon. That was in the mid-70s -a much riskier time than now.

      The beat goes on.


    • CruiseReady profile image


      7 years ago from East Central Florida

      We have a delightful little granddaughter who was born when her mom was 46!

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      7 years ago

      I have had two boys in my 40's, one at 42 and one at 46. The first one was breech. Both were delivered in a tub of water in my kitchen EASILY, not a big fan of hospitals. I didn't do fertility treatments. These boys are the loves of my life, and I would say to anyone wanting a baby a bit later, go for it! I LOVE the stories you put here to encourage others. Thanks!

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      7 years ago

      Your lens made me smile. I had my first child at age 45 and am happier than I have ever been. While my baby also had colic and cried almost non stop for 6 months, she is now 15 months old and the absolute joy of my life. I gave up my career as a corporate VP to stay home with her and it is the best decision I ever made. Blessings to you! Read my story at

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      8 years ago from British Columbia

      Okay, Sandy, I went back and read your "Advertisers Know" section. Guess I missed it first time around. I'll betcha though that many of those who click on a link to this site ARE pregnant women over 40!

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      8 years ago from British Columbia

      My grandmother had my mother (only child) when she was over 40. My mother (who had seven) had my sister when she was over 40. I was still open to the idea at 40, but it never happened. We are all different when it comes to age. My grandmother lived to 105 years and spoke often of how her seventies were her middle age. Take heart! 40 is not old for everyone. Look at all those beauties you have included pictures of!

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      oztoo lm 

      9 years ago

      I was born in 1947. My son was born in 1967. My daughter was born in1987. Thank goodness 2007 came and went uneventfully. I think I enjoyed being a mother the second time around much more than the first. My daughter is due any day now and I'm looking forward to being a grandparent. Thanks for the fun lens.

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      Lee Hansen 

      9 years ago from Vermont

      Oh my goodness what a funny lens! Both my daughters were born before I was 25, but interestingly they both waited until after 30 to start their own families. They now say they think it would have been easier if they'd been younger - and had more energy. I just roll my eyes ...

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      lakern26 lm 

      9 years ago

      What a great lens! It was fun to read. Fortunately, I had my boys at 27 and 31 and, Lord willing, I am all done. I can barely keep up with them now, God help me if I tried to do in my forties!

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      9 years ago

      This is a great lens! I'll have to come back and read some more of your lenses! Enjoyed this read. 5*****

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      9 years ago

      Great lens. Thank God I had mine at 19 and 20. I'm now 47 and I sooo enjoy my grand babies.

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      DAnnieB LM 

      9 years ago

      Ha, great lens! I had my last child as a single parent when I was 43.. my first when I was 20. My youngest now will soon be 18 and it's been great... Nobody's ever assumed I was his grandma, they keep you young! (That may happen in 10 years or so when I finally give in and get old). After 41 years of parenting, though, I'm ready for a break!

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      9 years ago from Lincolnshire, United Kingdom

      My Mum was 42 when she had me.

      I had my twins at 28 and I look at all these women you mention here having twins at 40 and wonder where they find the energy to keep up with them! I had enough trouble in my late 20's and 30's looking after my two - and as for that lady who had twins when she was 70 :O...I hope she's got lots of family and friends to help out :)

      Personally, I'm now in my 40's and my life is at a stage where I really don't want any more children...if one came along, then I'd adapt, but it's not something I want.

      For those that do, then go for it - my Mum did a good job raising me. My regret about my Mum eing "older than average" is that by the time my own children came along she was in her 70's and not very well, so she didn't really enjoy her grandsons and she died when they were young, so they don't remember much about her :(

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      Cheryl Paton 

      10 years ago from West Virginia

      Congratulations! on creating an enjoyable lens! My mom was 43 when I was born. We both survived!

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      10 years ago

      Great lens...and congratulations...

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      10 years ago

      Nice matter discussed here

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      10 years ago

      Great lens...and congratulations....on having survived your one and only pregnancy!

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      10 years ago

      Neat lens! I had my first child at 27 and my third child at 37 and I thought I was waiting until the last minute. :) I'm feeling better. I do periodically calculate how old I'll be when the baby graduates college. Eek. But he's so cute, I wouldn't have done it any other way.

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      10 years ago

      This is a topic that I can relate to. I turned 40 about 20 day's after my fourth child.

      He is now turning 4 and I am so tired lol !!

      Take care,


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      10 years ago

      Thanks for joining G Rated Lense Factory!

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      Ruth Coffee 

      10 years ago from Zionsville, Indiana

      I didn't get married until I was 43. All of my friends and co-workers were so excited. Wanting to know about my baby plans. OMG. I love kids but there was no way I wanted to be raising them in my mid to late 50's. Get a grip! (I wasn't brave enough to do it on my own)

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      10 years ago

      Congratulations Sandy

      Sure, advertisers know you're pregnant! Like you say, you wouldn't get those gifts unless they knew. My advice - take what's offered for free as most baby items are real expensive!

      Best of luck.

      Roger Mayne

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      10 years ago

      Gosh, I personally couldn't imagine myself being pregnant over 40 -- rather a been there done that moment. But, I heartily congratulate all those wonderful women out there who do undertake a pregnancy when they are in their 40s and even older. You go girl!

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 

      10 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      So you are not pregnant. It's your niece who is pregnant. I need more than hints.

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      10 years ago

      Great lens. I want to be a father again but my wife does'nt like the idea because she is 44 yrs. now. I ought to show her your lens, if it can help change her mind. Five stars.

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      10 years ago

      Great lens. I'm over 40 and I'm hoping to be a father one day (preferably soon though) I expect I will be mistaken for the grandfather.

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      Sandy Mertens 

      10 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      [in reply to WendyKrick and rms) Thanks for the congratulations. I thought I had explained it well enough in the module titled Advertisers Know I'm Pregnant", but I just added a box above to give another hint. It is sweet of your both, even so.

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      Wendy Henderson 

      10 years ago from PA

      Congratulations! That is wonderful news. I'm 45 and I think I would faint if I got pregnant again! I'm done for sure!

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      Robin S 

      10 years ago from USA



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