My almost three-year-old has been attending the same in-home daycare since he was two months old. A few weeks ago, I found out that our daycare provider (let’s call her “Anne”) will be moving in less than two months to an undisclosed location in the country.
Post pregnancy is another chapter that women have to face. There are several body changes that can sometimes be overwhelming. Aside from dealing with the deformed belly, there are other body changes that women needs to anticipate.
In this “over 35 “ club, we can all agree there is no shortage of challenges. We face judgment, guilt, and difficulty finding acceptance at times. Why? Three words: Advanced Maternal Age.
Younger mothers can question how many children they want and have time on their side if they choose to wait several years for another child. When you are a mature mother the choice really isn’t yours; biology often is the deciding factor. Do you give yourself a year to try and conceive again? Two years? Should I have decided sooner when my body was still predictable?
Ladies, you know what I’m talking about…or maybe you don’t. Maybe you were one of the lucky few who didn’t have issues with your first bowel movement after delivering your baby.