The Secret Diary of a New Mum (aged 43 1/4)

The touching, honest and laugh-out-loud account of what it's like to become a first-time mum after 40



Whatever your age, becoming a mum for the first time brings excitement, anxiety and numerous challenges. Les mer
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The touching, honest and laugh-out-loud account of what it's like to become a first-time mum after 40



Whatever your age, becoming a mum for the first time brings excitement, anxiety and numerous challenges. But how do you cope when, to top it all off, you discover you are almost old enough to be the mother of everyone else in your birth prep group? As one in five babies is born to a mum over 35, and the number of women over 40 giving birth has doubled, The Secret Diary of a New Mum (Aged 43 1/4) is Cari Rosen's timely and hilarious account of becoming a first-time mother in her 40s.



Whether it's deftly side-stepping questions about your age and baby number two, weeping as younger counterparts ping back into their size ten jeans within thirty seconds of giving birth, or your doctor suddenly referring to you as geriatric, Cari approaches the shared experiences of an ever-increasing number of mothers with insight, humour and honesty.



***Praise for The Secret Diary of a New Mum***




'Hilariously candid.' Daily Mail



'Brilliantly observed... funny, embarrassing and yet cruelly honest. It feels good to laugh about it, now the stitches are out.' Fay Ripley



'Warm, witty and very, very wise the perfect antidote to all those po-faced pregnancy books. As a fellow ''Geriatric Mother'' I found myself constantly laughing and nodding along in agreement.' Imogen Edwards-Jones

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Cari Rosen worked as a journalist before moving into television production, working on entertainment programmes, sport and documentaries. These days Cari is a full-time writer and editor who lives in London but adheres firmly to the maxim 'You can take a girl out of Manchester - but you'll never take Manchester out of the girl.'