And as far as being in peri-menopause - my mom was 43 when I was born and she was 46 when my brother was born.
I guess it's never too late. I just don't know if I would have the physical strength and mental fortitude to have a child at that age.
My mom was great though. She was patient and loving - but then again she told me once that her fifties were the happiest time of her life. She sailed right thru menopause.
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