I am a 45 year old mom

Sabrina - posted on 03/18/2009 ( 3 moms have responded )




I am ahead of some...45, divorced one 18 year old heading to college and a 16 year old who will stay at home for another two years.

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Joanne - posted on 03/19/2009




HI Sabrina,im 42,married and mum to a 16yr old.he is due to leave school in a few weeks and start college in september.

Shade,i couldnt agree with you more.its great being in my 40s and like you i have a lot of time to do stuff for myself now.

Shade - posted on 03/19/2009




Hello Sabrina....Am a mum of 19 & 12 yr old boys. My big one is in Uni and the 2nd still in secondary school. I love being in my 40ties as well and am enjoying every bit of it especially as I have so much time on my hand with no babies and not thinking of having anymore. Although is being hard but is sooooo great getting to this stage in life. Good luck with your children as well and congrats for the one going into college, its an achievement.

Jeanne - posted on 03/19/2009




Hello Sabrina welcome aboard to over 40yrs old mums.............wow one heading to college.....you must be very proud Mom & Congrad to the both of you..........and a 16 year old will stay at home for another 2 years..............at least your next won't be empty...........but it will make a difference and at least you will not be quit alone.............What do enjoy doing with your time besides being a full-time Mom?



My name is Jeanne I have 3 children my older son Sylvain is 19 years old with Twins Matthieu (ADHD) & Natalie will turning 17 years old on the 3rd of March. I'm a single mom over 40 will be 45 this coming May. Yes it's tough but I wouldn't change it or change them for the world!


Anytime you need a chat or just vent out don't be shy because we're here to help one another learn & grow! This is such an amazing web sight over 40yrs old mums there is something for everyone and  if need help or have questions there’s always someone has been affected because we're here to help one another. That’s how we learn & grow by sharing are different experiences.....I just love it! Jeanne

Take care & keep in touch!


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