Media Attention For Motherhood Later… Than Sooner
|Parenting Magazine: The Benefits of Older Parenting – Robin quoted
Twin births rising, especially for older women
Robin Profiled: Mamalode (1/29/15)
Raising Kids to Be Givers (Reuters) – Robin quoted (December 2014)
Does size matter? For today’s families it does.
Forty is the New 20 for Having Babies (Psychology Today)
Motherhood Later gets a nod in Health magazine (Dec. 2009)
The Rise of The Mid-life Mom (Allparenting.com)
Robin in The Forward (May 2010)
30 Minute Mom – Raising Kids When You’re a Mother Who Started Off Older! (WebTalkRadio.net)
Robin’s personal essay about her “grandma” experience (New York Family)
Interview with Robin, 10/14/09 (Examiner.com)
Baby Bloomer launch (mediabistro.com)
Robin’s Interview on Tomatoes in the Trenches. Give a listen!
Tips for a Multi-Tasking Mom (BlueSuitMom.com)
For Mothers Who Started Off Older, a Circle of Peers (New York Times)
A Network for Older Moms (The Royal Gazette)
Motherhood Later noted by Red Tricycle
|How a Mensch Got Me to the Theater…Finally (The52Weeks.com)
I’m His MOTHER, Not His Grandma! (MomLogic.com)
View from the Park Bench in Great Neck (MommyPoppins.com)
Delaying Mommyhood But Not Mommy Friends (Cool Mom Picks)
Oh Dee Doh Parenting Blog Roundup (OhDeeDoh.com)
Later Moms Online and in Your Neighborhood! (Ready Moms Blog)
Robin was a guest on the podcast!
Motherhood Later Than Sooner on NPR – Talk of the Nation, May 15, 2007 More women are having kids into their 40s, 50s and even 60s due to improvements in reproductive technology. The fastest-growing age group for new mothers is 40 to 44. Which raises the question, how old is too old to have a baby? Guests talk about what life is like for older moms and dads, and what the different social, economic and emotional pressures are. Give a Listen!
As seen in Chase’s Calendar of Events, Motherhood Later announces:
SALUTE TO 35+ MOMS WEEK
May 10 – 16, 2015
Motherhood is a challenge at any age, and if you have young children when you’re 35 or older, it can be quite an adjustment. This week is dedicated to moms with more life experience than baby experience. Now, and throughout the year, it is empowering to connect with peers and share the trials and tribulations that child-rearing may encompass when you parent later in life.
WORK AT HOME MOMS WEEK
May 10-16, 2015
The challenge of motherhood and working at home can be a balancing act. All women who do it every day: you are applauded this week and always.
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