posted on: February 21, 2017
I've been lucky enough to fall into a group of girlfriends who had their children later in life; swapping my diaper changes with careers. They're all mostly convinced that I have all the time in the world, and may just up and have another a few years from now. Peter and I see this whole other life waiting for us when our kids are older. When we are older, but not too old. "We'll be young enough," we say. I'm not sure if it seems selfish, smart, or both, to push off this urge to add to our family. All I know is that right now, I feel exceptionally capable, my children are healthy, and motherhood right now is wonderful.
Anyone else navigating this particular phase?
(Images by Heather Moore from my interview and feature on Mothermag)