40+ Can Lose Weight and Can Get Pregnant

Fitness instructor, personal trainer and first time mom over 40 Francesca Kotomski says, “40+ can lose weight and can get pregnant!” Read more about what she has to say http://www.inseasonmom.org/meet-francesca-kotomski/

Missing New 35+ Moms in Baby and Children's Ads

Do a simple test for me. The next time you see an ad targeting new moms I want you to look for the mom who's in her 40s; the modern but seasoned beauty next door. Considering that the National Vital Statistics System shows first birth rates for women aged 35+ rose in nearly all U.S. states from 2000 to 2012, there should be at least one woman in the who looks older than 25! Do you think ads targeting new moms should show more moms over 35? Here’s what I think…..

New logo and blog

What do you think of my new logo? Also, I have a new design for my website and blog for InSeason Mom.

Trying to Conceive in Your 40s Coping Tips

So excited to be launching my quick read e-book, Trying To Conceive in Your 40s Coping Tips, without all the depressing medical jargon or statistics and with over 30 practical coping tips! The release date is August 2014 but you can email me info@inseasonmom.org for further details and if you want to be notified when the book is released!

Is everything we thought we knew about older women and fertility WRONG?

Sarah, who turns 52 in September, has just started a part-time admin job, she’s married and, most incredibly of all, is a mother of three. Her youngest child, Edward, was conceived when she was 48; all her pregnancies were natural, without any fertility treatment.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2377056/A-controversial-new-book-claims-getting-pregnant-35-far-easier-doctors-say.html#ixzz2zX5mXkpC 

The Myth: Your Fertility Plummets After Age 35

Thanks to one of our future moms on Facebook for sharing this important health news link found on Oprah.com: 

After reading the findings of this study, I'm trying to refrain from doing what my mama told me never to do: jump up and down and say 'I told you so.'  Seriously, in the coming years, I believe research will shatter many commonly-held beliefs about fertility after 35 and in your 40s.

The study reaffirms to me that we should never put our faith in what “they” say about fertility after 35. After all, there is a Power greater than circumstances. There is Hope. There is God!