I'm not a first timer but my youngest is going to be 10 by the time this one is born so I feel like I'm starting all over again! There are quite a few ladies over 35 and first timers. I'm sure they will be along soon. In the meantime welcome.
Yes welcome. I am 44, pregnant with my second child, but I was like you 7 years ago. I gave birth to my first child about a month before my 37th birthday. Very common nowadays. I had feared being the oldest mom at school functions but this turned out to be very far from the truth.
I'm 36 with #1 - will be a month or so past my 37th birthday when I deliver. Don't know where you live but here it is totally normal, everyone seems to be having their first babies in mid to late 30s, guess everyone's like "now or never" LOL. Congrats on your pregnancy and welcome!
Hello! I am 40 and this is my first pregnancy and I am 10 weeks today. It wasn't 'planned' so to speak, after trying unsuccessfully for 10 years (I have pretty bad endometriosis) we 'gave up' when I turned 40. I will be 41 when I deliver in March.
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