Why rising to the challenge of becoming a midlife mum isn’t so hard

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4 Responses

  1. Clare says:

    Loved reading the journey, a one of questioning, challenges, uncertainty and some self doubt..however media i guess and the whole expectation of when we should have children, the age which seems to be healthy to have children, health worries etc played the part in all that doubt seems pretty unfair..against all odds, against all the views or the we should do this do that here you are happier than ever and most importantly with a new healthy little member to your family..pretty amazing don’t you think..so when reading this I felt lots of different things but most of all happiness for you guys and sadness you faced all that and the worry of age on top! Enjoy every moment which I know you will..thanks for sharing xx

  2. Tracy says:

    Thank you for sharing your journey, as I’m nearing 40 in a few weeks and still waiting for my family, reading your blogs makes that light at the end of a very dark tunnel for me, even brighter, you have insightful blogs that I love to read, also sad blogs about miscarriages, which happen for various reasons….. keep up the good work xx

  3. Catherine says:

    I’m also still hopeful at 40 to have the family I yearn for. Thank you for sharing these blog posts they keep me feeling positive.

    • saffronandcyrus says:

      Thank you too Catherine for commenting. I really appreciate it. It’s good to support each other. You will get there. Keep me posted on how it’s going and if I can help in any way, I will x

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