Have been reading posts on this site for months now and have seen mums referring to themselves as 'no spring chicken' when they are in their mid to late 30s. Am I the only 'geriatric' mum around? I'll be 43 when LO arrives in Feb.
I'm not particularly worried (well maybe a little bit) because fortunately for me I didn't need medical intervention to get pregnant (although I did when I was 25 bizzarely). Would just like to talk to others in a similar situation. My other 'baby' will be 17 in January so as my midwife said I'm like a first timer all over again.
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