"Most women over 35 are fearful of having a baby because they view the common misconceptions as truth. My goal is to ease their fear by exposing myths with facts. I want the first time older mom to have support as she works with her physician to ensure the best health care possible!"
Cynthia Wilson James, first-time over 40 mom of two daughters, founder of InSeason Mom and former childbirth educator
"support for first time moms over 35"
"Cynthia Wilson James had her first child at 42 and her second at 44. She's just the person you want to reassure you about the possibilities of later-in-life motherhood." The State Newspaper
Supportive Pregnancy and Parenting Articles © Cynthia Wilson James
Mental Preparation for Pregnancy
What to try and what not to try? Discover ways to help you sort through the trying to conceive information.
Abortions, not marrying the right one or marrying too late, not paying attention to biological clock, too career-oriented are just a few of the thousands of reasons that women torment themselves for not being able to get pregnant over 35 and 40.
There is not an expectant mother alive who hasn’t had some anxiety about her baby’s health. Here are tips to help you achieve a healthy midlife pregnancy.
At one time or another during pregnancy. most women will experience some discomfort. Here are tips to help you ease the discomforts:
Emotional Health During Pregnancy
If you are a first time mom over 35 and 40, finding emotional support for your pregnancy can be as be as challenging as getting a colicky baby to stop crying.
Three things an expectant first time mom over 40 should avoid.
If your are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant over 40,these tips will help.
Announcing Your Pregnancy
Whether you decide to tell the world or wait for a while, here are a few pointers to prepare you in telling your big news.
Congratulations, you’re expecting your first baby! You have one other thing that many first time expectant moms don’t have: a stepchild.
Misconceptions About Older Parenthood
There are still lingering myths, especially about first-time moms over 35 that we believe.
Along with dispelling three of the most common misconceptions, learn how my grandfather dancing at his 100th birthday party dispelled one of the major misconceptions.
InSeason Mom Cynthia Interviewed:
"everything has a season"
Cynthia's daughters (pictured above and below)
Check out the inspirational interviews from women in their late 30s and in their 40s who gave birth to babies against all odds. Each has a special story of overcoming adversity with faith and courage.