Having a baby at 20, 30 and 40

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
 in
OK
 
  • Getting Pregnant 
 
Ovulation in 15 questions
Ovulation calculator
Pregnancy guide

having a baby at 20, 30 and 40...
The average age to have a first baby in the UK is 29, but women frequently have children much earlier and later than this. A woman of 20 will react to pregnancy and motherhood in a completely different way to a woman of 40, with different priorities for her children. Pregnancy also has different effects on the body, so how does age affect motherhood? Is there an ideal age to have a baby any more?
Read about how having a baby affects women at 20, 30 and 40, from the results of a European survey into motherhood, conducted by Planète Dodie and TNS Sofres.
Latest… 22/07/2014
Parenting News
Guides
Videos
'Can I Touch Your Belly?' & 'Wow You're Getting Big': 25 Things You Should Never Say To A Pregnant Woman
15 Things Kids Do That Make Parents Go Crazy
The 15 Best Things About Being Pregnant
The Professional, The Chiller Or The Monster: 8 Types of Women We Turn Into When We Give Birth
All Parenting news
Weight gain during pregnancy
Very early signs of pregnancy | First signs of pregnancy
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy: The effects on your baby
First signs of teething: How to spot and soothe
See all Parenting guides
Fiona Philips on 'Big Mothered Britain'
See all Parenting videos
 

Don't miss out!

...Join our newsletter
Get the sofeminine latest straight to your inbox
  OK
Find us on...
         

Copyright © 1999-2014 soFeminine.co.uk
This week: Food & Drink Special : recipes from A to Z, by country, by duration, by type - Surnames - E-cards
Axel Springer Group: Idealo.co.uk