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66 year old pregnant

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omg !!! anyone else seen it ?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
omg !!!

anyone else seen it ?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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banned#2
Very selfish person.
#3
selfish cow :x
#4
choc1969
selfish cow :x




couldnt agree more why on earth would u want to put this on a baby

how will she cope its hard enuff when your young and fit :x
#5
Wonder who will look after the child w#hen the mother croaks it.
Ridiculous
People like me who take on other peoples kids. Because of selfish mothers
#6
sick. Shes older than my nan, gross (and Im 26)
#7
cherishu2;5229663
Wonder who will look after the child w#hen the mother croaks it.
Ridiculous


Oh don't worry......she is a wealthy business woman, she'll probably live til she's a hundred :roll:

If I saw her in the street I'd give her a slap :x
#8
Well, when she dies in 10 years or so leaving a 9/10 year old child behind, confused and socially outcast, I hope the child gets the support and councelling that it will ineveitably need and not the media circus that will follow the funeral.
banned#9
Statistically the child will be an orphan before it takes it's 11+.
#10
stupid & selfish. Whats next? 70 yo, 80 yo getting IVF because they waited so long... Yes the child will be loved, cared for and protected when it is born but it's so sad that we are now ignoring human nature/biology. When she is 76 the child will be 10 (if she even lives to 76 - who knows)....A womens body goes through "the change" for a reason!!! The child would never be created biologically, the woman would never have been allowed to adopt in this country..how can this happen!?
#11
bargainhunter2009
sick. Shes older than my nan, gross (and Im 26)



my nana is 69 and very fit and well but after a afternoon with the grandkids shes tired couldnt have them full time dont know what this silly woman is thinking
#12
Hope for all you old birds still! :thumbsup:
#13
rehydrated
Hope for all you old birds still! :thumbsup:


Yep, the Turkey baster never has a headache :whistling:
#14
SABJ;5229732
my nana is 69 and very fit and well but after a afternoon with the grandkids shes tired couldnt have them full time dont know what this silly woman is thinking


my mum is a very active 61 yr old and I just can't imagine her being up the duff at her age.......what is wrong with these women ? :?

why couldn't she have just got some fish or a cat :roll:
#15
that just shouldnt be allowed
#16
Grandma
that just shouldnt be allowed


And thats coming from Grandma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#17
totally gobsmacked myself ..

At her age she should be joining the Womens Institute not the Mother & toddler clubs!
#18
UGHHH this sort of thing makes me so angry. It's so selfish of her, she is not thinking of the child at all! Quite cross now!
#19
Bit unsure what to think about this as nobody knows how many years they have till they expire and many people are incapacitated at a young age. So age alone IMO cannot be a sole marker of whether something is right or wrong. But the fact that she has required IVF to concieve adjusts my thinking. If she has never had children at all, age 66 is a bit late to decide to give it a go. Its really on that basis that I question her motives.
#20
Not Guilty!
#21
absolutely disgusting - how embarassing for when the child is going to school their school mates will think it is the GRANDMOTHER
suspended#22
sn0ttyang3l
absolutely disgusting - how embarassing for when the child is going to school their school mates will think it is the GRANDMOTHER


Thats true kids can be cruel at the best of times, so this will be twice as bad for the poor kid
1 Like #23
I think you're all being incredibly judgemental, I'm disgusted. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this at all.

So what if she's a bit older, i didn't realise that there was a legal cut off when you can and can't have babies.

Yes, she might die soon, but so can an 18 year old o a 40 year old. If she lives to 84, which a lot of people do, then then the "baby" will be 18.

I say good on her, if it's what she wants and she is willing to put the work in that is involved with a new baby.
#24
very sad story, or it will be in a few years...im the youngest of 9, my mum was a much older mum when i came along, well back then it was deemed so, i never wanted for anything and obv love my parents to bits, i had plenty of people around me growing up, including older nieces and nephews which was a good thing, but there was certainly a noticable difference to other kids around me, i HATED my mum buying me clothes, sounds silly but they were awful! and i didnt ask for music etc cos my mum loved jim reeves and didnt know who madonna was! :oops: i was ofte passed around to my older siblings for this kinda stuff.

got better as i got into teens cos i was a spoilt daddy's girl who got what i wanted :) felt cheated tho when he passed away as my older siblings had more time with him, so there will be issues, i hope theres family to help this child
#25
WoolyM;5230025
Bit unsure what to think about this as nobody knows how many years they have till they expire and many people are incapacitated at a young age. So age alone IMO cannot be a sole marker of whether something is right or wrong. But the fact that she has required IVF to concieve adjusts my thinking. If she has never had children at all, age 66 is a bit late to decide to give it a go. Its really on that basis that I question her motives.


She has hired a live-in nanny
:thinking:

Hardly a good step......farming the kid off already :whistling:
#26
i'm 40 myself and i have been contemplating another baby and was worried about my age .now i dont think i am too old .but if i had been older than 45 i would'nt even consider it .was'nt there a woman who was old and had a little girl once
#27
peodude
I think you're all being incredibly judgemental, I'm disgusted. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this at all.

So what if she's a bit older, i didn't realise that there was a legal cut off when you can and can't have babies.

Yes, she might die soon, but so can an 18 year old o a 40 year old. If she lives to 84, which a lot of people do, then then the "baby" will be 18.

I say good on her, if it's what she wants and she is willing to put the work in that is involved with a new baby.


There is a part of me that agrees with this. There are numerous instances of children being looked after by people other than their natural parents. And as you say there are many more mature people these days in very good health. I dont think the child being embarrased by older parents is a strong enough argument as I am sure there are many kids embarrased by parents of any age. The thing that sways me is that she has had IVF to concieve. If she has already had children previously maybe she should have looked forward to grandchildren and if not devoted her time to something else.
#28
peodude
I think you're all being incredibly judgemental, I'm disgusted. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this at all.

So what if she's a bit older, i didn't realise that there was a legal cut off when you can and can't have babies.

Yes, she might die soon, but so can an 18 year old o a 40 year old. If she lives to 84, which a lot of people do, then then the "baby" will be 18.

I say good on her, if it's what she wants and she is willing to put the work in that is involved with a new baby.


She's 66 for gods sake.

Yes kids are brought up by older people. I have custody of my grandaughter.
But then i have 2 birth kids younger than her so she wont have to die of embarrasement.
#29
peodude
I think you're all being incredibly judgemental, I'm disgusted. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this at all.

So what if she's a bit older, i didn't realise that there was a legal cut off when you can and can't have babies.

Yes, she might die soon, but so can an 18 year old o a 40 year old. If she lives to 84, which a lot of people do, then then the "baby" will be 18.

I say good on her, if it's what she wants and she is willing to put the work in that is involved with a new baby.


I'm with you completely. If she's a good mum that child will have a better start than lots of the kids I work with. Annoys me as well that no-one complains when an older man has children. Can't see why there's this much fuss/negativity.
#30
Susannah;5230948
I'm with you completely. If she's a good mum that child will have a better start than lots of the kids I work with. Annoys me as well that no-one complains when an older man has children. Can't see why there's this much fuss/negativity.


same feelings apply to older father,

if she was a good prospective mother she should have thought it out and had ivf a few decades earlier :roll:
#31
choc1969
if she was a good prospective mother she should have thought it out and had ivf a few decades earlier :roll:


You have to choose the right time to bring a bay into the world, what if she wasn't in the right relationship, or didn't feel ready for a baby earlier on in her life? You can't just have a baby because you're "running out of time". This woman knows how lucky she is having this baby now, and it will be special, and that baby will be well looked after. You can't say the same about some younger mums, who have a baby before they're ready.

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