Only Good For One Thing


I was completely unprepared for the reality of pregnancy over the age of 40.  I thought I knew pregnant. I don’t think that’s an unreasonable thing, as I’ve done it a few times.
I was pregnant throughout my 20s, and once I’d clawed my way past the horrific vomiting of the first trimester, growing babies didn’t take that big of a toll on my body. I’d bounce my way through the second and third trimesters, glowing my way to the new baby’s arrival

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Rebecca Frech is a Catholic author, speaker, CrossFit coach, and the Managing Editor of The Catholic Conspiracy website. She is the author of the best-selling books Teaching in Your Tiara: A Homeschooling Book for the Rest of Us and Can We Be Friends? She is a co-host of the popular podcast The Visitation Project, and is a columnist for The National Catholic Register. She and her husband live just outside Dallas with their eight children, a German Shepherd named Dave, and an ever-multiplying family of dust-bunnies.


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