Today the number of women having their first child over thirty-five has increased by a bazillion fold, or some equally scary large number, and Newman is the first to write a book that tells what it's really like when a trip to the drugstore entails the purchase of both diaper cream and wrinkle cream; when "getting your shots" means both immunization and Botox. You Make Me Feel Like an Unnatural Woman is not only about having children later in life: it's about what happens to a marriageand to the spirit, when even the most sought-after baby comes. Wry, warm, and brutally honest, this is the book for any womanwhatever her agewho has awakened at 3AM to the insistent shrieks of her darling and thought: Oh man, I'm too old for this.
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"Geezers with children," Ladies Home Journal columnist Newman calls herself and her husband, "whose cumulative age exceeds one hundred."| Read Full Review of You Make Me Feel Like an Unna...
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