I’m 35 and want to be a mother

So I am 35 years old. I’m a little bit of a big girl big boobs big ass. Trying to lose the weight I have my good days and I have my bad.

Back in 2007 yes I gave up my big V card. In saying I was only with the guy a few times and tell until I broke up with him. I’m not very lucky and the guy department which stinks because I know I have a huge heart and I would do anything to know what true love is like. I am 35 as I said and all I ever wanted was to have a piece of me in the world before I pass on.

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So I want to know what it’s like to be a mother even if I’m only blessed with one child. I would love to get married but it seems as I get older it’s getting smaller and smaller my chances.

Any advice would be great please no negative comments .



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16 Responses

  1. No one is ever truly prepared to be a parent, and the only rule books you get are from the nazi moms on FB that like to sit on their pedestals. If you’re up for a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants adventure.. it is the most rewarding thing I have ever done in my life with a constant reminder that someone loves me as unconditionally as I love him.

    The lack of sleep and diapers kinda suck too haha.

    Whatever you decide is best for you, I wish you all the luck in the world.

    The smiles and the “I love you mommy”‘s make it worth all the frustration you go through.

  2. Jennifer Danielson you’re an amazing mom ❤❤ tell her what it’s all about ❤

  3. I’ve been a single parent all my life and would not not have traded it for anything. My grown up child is amazing and never gave me one moment which I have never been thankful to have. I, too, have never been blessed with finding the right person. I say it’s still not too late but time is marching on. If you want a child then do it. You will never regret it.

  4. Being a Mom is the best thing ever!!! I love having a tiny human running creating chaos. There are days I wake up and all I want to do is throw the covers up and forget the world but then I hear “Mom, you up?” and I remember my greatest gift is standing in my doorway wanting food. Lol. He is an amazing kid and truly does make my heart go pitter patter everytime time I see him. Its a tough road but please believe me when I say it is worth every minute.

  5. 35 isn’t too late to get the things you want. Someone is out there if that’s what you want. Sometimes you have to dig through a lot of rubble first.

  6. You should look into IVF or try to find a donor. It is the best thing I’ve ever done and now I have grandkids.

  7. Although being a mom is awesome, not being a mom is also awesome. Dont focus on what you don’t have, focus on what you do have.

  8. Maybe speak with your Dr about having a referral put into the Fertility Clinic in Edmonton. You have many options open to you. If you are healthy and have a regular cycle Insemination using a donor could be a viable option for you to try to have a child of your own. It would be the cheapest form of fertility treatment they have, about $325 for the Insemination and then whatever meds cost that may or may not be covered, plus I think you pay for the donor too….It is definitely worth talking to the specialists about for sure and it doesn’t hurt to look into all your options

  9. Love yourself first. I’m not 100% on this, but it seems you’re hung up on your weight and maybe thinking this is why you’re unlucky in the dating world?

    No girl, not the case. Men love all types of women, but I think the one thing you’ll find as a common denominator for happy relationships are two people who love themselves.

    Find a way to love you and be open to vulnerability. It isn’t easy, but some say it’s worth it. ❤️

  10. Tara Demers Tara Demers says:

    What about fostering or adoption?

  11. Tara Demers Tara Demers says:

    What about fostering or adoption?

  12. I love myself more than I’ll ever love a child

  13. Tyler Warren Tyler Warren says:

    If I might make a suggestion, and please don’t take this the wrong way, but take the time to iron out your grammar. Guys love professional spelling and whether or not you see it people will judge you based on it. Hope that helps!


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