It seems like birth control, delayed marriage among career oriented, baby-boomers, higher divorce rates, the option of adoption, and advances in fertility treatments have worked together to create a rising tide of first time parents who are in their forties and beyond. HSM speaks to Robin Gorman Newman, the Founder of MOTHERHOOD LATER…. THAN SOONER, the only U.S. on and offline resource for those who embarked on motherhood for the first time, or again, at age 35 and over.
Listen to the Hip Slope Mama podcast interview below and hear Robin tell us a little bit about her own personal journey in becoming a mom later in life and how that inspired her to create Motherhood Later Then Sooner. You can find out more about Motherhood Later The Sooner by visiting MotherhoodLater.com. The benefits include online networking and support with other moms 35+, face to face meetings and events in your local area (with and without kids), discounts on products and services.
Robin Gorman Newman is the founder of Motherhood Later Then Sooner and she runs the New York City & Long Island chapter of MLTS. Join it at Meetup.com: New York City/Long Island. She is also the author of HOW TO MEET A MENSCH IN NEW YORK and HOW TO MARRY A MENSCH. Mensch is defined as a decent person. She also works as The Love Coach and offers socializing advice to singles (www.lovecoach.com). She has a background in public relations and a Masters in Marketing, and is the founder of the Independent Business Women's Circle, a social networking group for enterprising women based in NY. Her work can be found at www.lovecoach.com.