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    ^^^All the pregnancies have aged her alot. The fact that she has a really hard weight regime going on does not help her case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lofty Bike View Post
    ^^^All the pregnancies have aged her alot. The fact that she has a really hard weight regime going on does not help her case.
    My mom always said that late babies aged a woman, is that true? If you have babies after 35?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Pixie View Post
    I was coming to ask which one of them was pregnant XD
    ...and I was going to say they look like they are due at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    My mom always said that late babies aged a woman, is that true? If you have babies after 35?
    We had both of ours after the age of 35. My gut feeling is that it has very little impact on aging compared to other factors -- especially genetic heredity, nutrition, hormone levels, and physical activity/exercise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    We had both of ours after the age of 35. My gut feeling is that it has very little impact on aging compared to other factors -- especially genetic heredity, nutrition, hormone levels, and physical activity/exercise.
    And the fact that folks do tend to take better care of themselves these days. Makes sense. When my mom and her friends were that age in the 70s, things were different I think.
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    maybe i'm the lone voice, but i don't think she's aged badly. i think she looks good, prego or not. *shrugs*

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    And the fact that folks do tend to take better care of themselves these days. Makes sense. When my mom and her friends were that age in the 70s, things were different I think.
    Having kids is a stress. I think if I'd had them younger, when I had less money and less time, it would have been a HUGE stress. It would have taken a bigger toll on us as parents, and them being raised by two people who didn't have their act together yet. But other people manage to pull it off really well at a younger age -- my hat's off to them.

    Speaking of advanced maternal age, my mom said there was a women on my dad's side of the family. Like an aunt or something. She and her husband had been childless during their marriage and suddenly she got pregnant with twins at the age of 50. Then, the husband committed suicide. I wish I had asked more questions about who they were and the circumstances because now there is nobody left on that side who knows anything about it.
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    i think having kids late in life can be stressful in some ways but less stressful than others.

    having twins at any age is more stressful than a singleton, it is more than 2x as much work. and i don't care if people say 'oh we have irish twins blah blah blah' it is not the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by czb View Post
    maybe i'm the lone voice, but i don't think she's aged badly. i think she looks good, prego or not. *shrugs*
    I said she looked older than me, but I didn't want to say she's aged badly. Just older.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    My mom always said that late babies aged a woman, is that true? If you have babies after 35?
    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    We had both of ours after the age of 35. My gut feeling is that it has very little impact on aging compared to other factors -- especially genetic heredity, nutrition, hormone levels, and physical activity/exercise.

    I'm guessing the aging is due to the excessive working out between pregnancies & choosing her ass over her face. JMO.

    That, & living with Alec Baldwin would age anyone in dog years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by czb View Post
    maybe i'm the lone voice, but i don't think she's aged badly. i think she looks good, prego or not. *shrugs*
    yeah i wish i could age that 'badly'

    she does dress and style herself older than her years, with shit that looks dated even if it's new. but she's beautiful and has a banging body.
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    ^^^ agree. her style may not be great (both hair and attire), but she is really attractive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    yeah i wish i could age that 'badly'

    she does dress and style herself older than her years, with shit that looks dated even if it's new. but she's beautiful and has a banging body.
    Maybe it's that. It's a bit like my boss, she's only three years older than me but she seems at least 10 years older. It's not that she looks older than she is, but it's how she's dressing, walking, talking, presenting herself.
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    Sparkling: Hilaria also shared a short clip of herself rescuing her earring from the sink after it fell


    Someone give her a drink PLEASE!!!
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    ^^^Yeah, and a cheeseburger.

    She looks sick. Overly thin and so haggard that not even all the make-up and the filters can hide it. Her eyes are sunken in, I don't think that's only the mascara smear.
    Hopefully she can stop having kids after this one.
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