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    Default hi

    im 40 and 17 weeks pregnant with my 11th child.kids ages are 23,20,18,13,12,10,9,7,5 and 21 months

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    Default Not in Sydney

    Hello all,
    I'm 41 and I have a five year old, and am expecting another in October.
    Sadly, not in Sydney, but just wanted to say: NOT IVF.
    The old fashioned way: DRUNK!
    Actually, my grandmother had three kids in her forties, the last at 46.
    Presumably this was closely followed by menopause.....

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    Hi i'm 41 and live in perth....Glad to see there are so many older mummies , and daddies out there!!

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    Hi

    I am turning 42 next month and have 4 kids the youngest is now 21 months old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumtomany View Post
    im 40 and 17 weeks pregnant with my 11th child.kids ages are 23,20,18,13,12,10,9,7,5 and 21 months
    i would love a big family but its ok i have 2 boys that we were suppose to have. and happy. well done hun and congrates

    Quote Originally Posted by really old View Post
    Hello all,
    I'm 41 and I have a five year old, and am expecting another in October.
    Sadly, not in Sydney, but just wanted to say: NOT IVF.
    The old fashioned way: DRUNK!
    Actually, my grandmother had three kids in her forties, the last at 46.
    Presumably this was closely followed by menopause.....
    u crack me up. you did it the drunk way. lol. congrates

    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Hi i'm 41 and live in perth....Glad to see there are so many older mummies , and daddies out there!!
    yes it is also to join here you dont have to start having kids at 40 just be parent or trying to be one b4 / at/after 40 lol

    Quote Originally Posted by 3blue1pink View Post
    Hi

    I am turning 42 next month and have 4 kids the youngest is now 21 months old.
    do u want anymore kids?? if you dont mind me asking?

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    I loved being pregnant and I had three out of four fairly straight forward easy deliveries but with arthritis in my spine and the body not getting any younger I would have to say that four will have to be enough for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3blue1pink View Post
    I loved being pregnant and I had three out of four fairly straight forward easy deliveries but with arthritis in my spine and the body not getting any younger I would have to say that four will have to be enough for me.
    no thats fair enuff easy on the old tho lol

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    Hi There.
    Im 30 but my DH is 43 and we have a 9mth old bundle of delight!

    Can I ask a question... we want to put off baby no 2 until DS is around 2.5 - 3 for babys arrival which means DH will be hitting the 45 mark... what are your thoughts on this... Is that pushing it age wise?
    He is very young at heart, but he worries about the fact that he only has another 15 years in the workforce and we will have a 15 y/o still in school!

    I guess in this life though you never know what is around the corner either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manny View Post
    Hi There.
    Im 30 but my DH is 43 and we have a 9mth old bundle of delight!

    Can I ask a question... we want to put off baby no 2 until DS is around 2.5 - 3 for babys arrival which means DH will be hitting the 45 mark... what are your thoughts on this... Is that pushing it age wise?
    He is very young at heart, but he worries about the fact that he only has another 15 years in the workforce and we will have a 15 y/o still in school!

    I guess in this life though you never know what is around the corner either!
    were thinking of having bub number 3 i will be 40 in nov hubby will be 41 in oct. it took us 14 yrs to have our 1st. he will be 6 this yr and 2nd will be 3 soon too. so imo i dont think so. speak to your dr health wise.

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    cheers static_cat.
    DH has very regular check ups with his Dr for all the usual, colestoral, blood pressure, skin etc etc
    I have spoken with my OB and he shrugs and thinks nothing of it, conception wise he says my age/eggs are fine. But hey, he probably wants a new sports car, so he wants me to have more babies!!


 

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