Baby Changes Everything: Embracing and Preparing for Motherhood After 35

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Baker Publishing Group, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 188 pages
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More and more women are becoming mothers after age thirty-five whether by choice or due to circumstances beyond their control--after years of longing or as an unexpected blessing, through childbirth or adoption. But with many resources geared toward younger mothers, these "Mommy-come-latelys" need encouragement and wisdom from someone who has been there.Beth Vogt became a mother again at age forty-one. With humor and practical advice based on her own experience and that of others, she encourages and guides late-in-life moms in emotional adjustments, medical issues, and changes in their relationships with others. The wisdom, perspective, and resources offered here will help women welcome and embrace life as a mom. Includes a foreword by Twila Paris.

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User Review  - Fran Shaw -

An honest, entertaining, practical book that will inspire and uplift any 30+ woman (or man) who has had or is presently expecting a baby. The personal stories of those "who have been there", as well ... Read full review

User Review  - Linda Harris -

As a mom who had my children after 30 (but before 35), I can say this book is practical and immensely readable. Any mom will find helpful advice in this book. Beth is candid and includes her own experience as well as those of numerous late-in-life moms and dads. Read full review


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About the author (2007)

Beth K. Vogt is a writer whose work has appeared in Discipleship Journal, MOMSense, and She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with her family.

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