Whether by choice or circumstance, more and more women are becoming mothers after age 35---and discovering the lack of resources available specifically for them. Vogt, who became a mother again at 41, uses humor and personal experience to encourage and advise late-in-life moms about the emotional adjustments, medical issues, and relationship changes they may encounter. 160 pages, softcover from Revell.
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Review 1 for Baby Changes Everything: Embracing and Preparing for Motherhood After 35
Date:April 4, 2008
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 as Beth's personal perspectives, touch the heart and will leave the reader with a joyful anticipation of the blessing to come!
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Review 2 for Baby Changes Everything: Embracing and Preparing for Motherhood After 35
Date:August 7, 2007
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.