• Books for Older Adoptive Parents

    Books for Older Parents

    Mom at Last

    Mom at Last: How I Never Gave Up on Becoming a Mother by Sharon Simons






    Hot Flashes Warm Bottles

    Hot Flashes Warm Bottles: First-Time Mothers Over Forty by Nancy London, MSW






    Midlife Motherhood

    Midlife Motherhood: A Woman-to-Woman Guide to Pregnancy and Parenting by Jann Blackstone-Ford.






    You Make Me Feel Like an Unnatural Woman

    You Make Me Feel Like an Unnatural Woman: Diary of a New (Older) Mother by Judith Newman- Funny and enjoyable to read.






    But I Don't Feel to Old to Be a Mommy!

    But I Don’t Feel Too Old to Be a Mommy! The Complete Sourcebook for Starting (and Restarting) Motherhood Beyond 35 and After 40 by Doreen Nagle.





    Finding AsterFinding Aster: Our Ethiopian Adoption Story by Dina McQueen – A book about navigating adoption as an older parent.






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