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Congratulations. 

May this baby bring you great joy as you tread this difficult path before you.

You are not old at all. As for logistics, you will figure it out. 

Will hold you in my prayers as you walk this journey.

 

 

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if it helps, I didn't feel "old" and pregnant until I had one at 40, lol. My 2nd was when I was 35, I was still a spring chicken then! Had two more after her!

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^DD^ was diagnosed with cancer when I was immediately postpartum. Honestly, caring for a baby while ^dd^ was going through cancer was so comforting. The baby went with me everywhere, even through hospitalizations, and it all worked out just fine. My best advice is to get a very good baby carrier. I wore baby 12-15 hours a day (all the time except when nursing or changing diapers).

Congrats!!

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I had my youngest at 42. It was a tiring pregnancy, but so, so worth it.
 

(((Condessa))), you have a lot on your plate right now. I hope that your time of expectation will be a joyful bright light that buoys you all up through otherwise difficult times. 

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Congratulations. I had my youngest when I was 41. The next oldest was almost 7 when she was born. I had 3 really hard pregnancies. The fourth was a breeze, no problems. Praying for an easy pregnancy and peace in the situation.

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23 hours ago, Momto6inIN said:

Congrats! New life is always a blessing ❤️

And you're not old, I was 38 when my surprise came along and 45 when my shock came along! 🤣

I was 39 when our shock came along and 40 when the next one arrived. 🤣

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On 3/30/2021 at 1:26 PM, prairiewindmomma said:

^DD^ was diagnosed with cancer when I was immediately postpartum. Honestly, caring for a baby while ^dd^ was going through cancer was so comforting. The baby went with me everywhere, even through hospitalizations, and it all worked out just fine. My best advice is to get a very good baby carrier. I wore baby 12-15 hours a day (all the time except when nursing or changing diapers).

Congrats!!

It's kind of amazing to me that no matter how wild or hard the circumstance, there is usually someone who has btdt and can tell you that it will be ok. 

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Congratulations!  I'm so happy that your new baby will be coming into a home as the little one that fulfilled the dream in his/her mommy's heart.  What a wonderful start for a baby!  

Best wishes for your health and for your next youngest -- I hope the love for the new baby will be a comfort and a hope for the seven year old, too! 

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Congratulations!  Wishing you a healthy pregnancy!

My surprise was born when I was 37, so you are not too old!  It was my roughest pregnancy, but still worth it all.  

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On 3/31/2021 at 9:16 AM, ktgrok said:

if it helps, I didn't feel "old" and pregnant until I had one at 40, lol. My 2nd was when I was 35, I was still a spring chicken then! Had two more after her!

I had my first at 38 and my second at 40.  I felt older the second time.

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