Join Motherhood Later… Than Sooner Older Mommy Group

Join Motherhood Later... Than Sooner Older Mommy Group

  Want to find an older moms group with other moms over 35+ who are parenting later in life?  Did you become a midlife mommy at 35+ whether for the first time or again?  Join an in-person chapter, or help launch one in your town. Membership in our international mid-life parents group is free. Connect with later moms online on Facebook and follow ...

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Testimonial – Lani Neumann, Member of NY Chapter

Testimonial - Lani Neumann, Member of NY Chapter

A quick reflection on my childhood and one can see no obvious signs to suggest my path to motherhood would be anything but typical. My favorite childhood photos are of me walking in our driveway, on my tippy toes, pushing a baby stroller like a natural. I couldn't have imagined that I'd be 43 the first time I pushed a stroller ...

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Write For Us

Write For Us

Want to Blog for Us? Have you always wanted to blog and didn’t know how to get started?  Are you an experienced mommy blogger who would like to share with our midlife parent community?  Are you a parenting expert?  Author?  Someone with wisdom to share of interest to moms over 35?  Do you have a compelling story or point of view ...

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Meet Motherhood Later Chapter Head Chris Thompson In Los Angeles

Meet Motherhood Later Chapter Head Chris Thompson In Los Angeles

Many are surprised to learn that our first child was conceived through IVF after 25 years of marriage. While some perceive it as late, Sarah is our miracle girl and the sunshine of our lives.  We also have two identical twin boys, Ryland and Dylan, born December 22, 2009.  My husband and I always wanted three children, and while it ...

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Later Mom Features

Meet Later Mom: Actress/Author Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields HEADSHOT high resYOUR NAME:  Brooke Shields

AGE:  49


RESIDENCE:  New York City

CHILDREN’S NAMES/AGES: Rowan 11, Grier 8  

You have had success in many entertainment arenas.  Is there one in your career that you are most proud of, and why?  Acting on Broadway. The amount of work, talent and endurance you have to have to do 8 shows a week is a true test….

What was your motivation for writing your new memoir THERE WAS A LITTLE GIRL?   What message do you hope other moms will take away?  The message is that it is not just for moms and daughters; It is for anyone who has ever had a challenging relationship with a parent. My motivation was to finally tell my side of the story of my life.

Untitled-1How do you think your mother would react to the book?  She would love it.  It’s about us as a team.

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