I'm 34 weeks, Iwill be 41 when i deliver i feel lost alone and much guilt over not being happy about the baby i battled ppd with 2 of my pregnancies i am so afraid i pray often and would like to talk to someone thats maybe been there pls help if u can pls!!!
13 May 2012
I understand that having a child at 41 can be difficult. Just when you figure you're pulling out of diapers and dragging little ones around, here comes another one. At 40 you hope for some life of your own. And you have the added worry of ppd. With that you can tell someone, talk to us, get treatment, you're not alone on that. I'm sure people are telling you once you hold the baby you'll feel differently. That doesn't mean alot when you're looking at your life being changed from what you expected. I was 43 when I had my first grandchild, and I loved taking care of the baby and holding and playing with her, but I loved that I could hand her back to my daughter when I got tired too.
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