Perhaps, Barnes muses, it takes a woman who feels younger than she is to dive into late motherhood. These two people will never meet, never know one another, and together their cells will create a baby — your baby. I felt fantastic throughout. She has also found her own needs squeezed between those of her children and her parents. For Barnes, a single mother who lives in London, a baby was always on the horizon but by the end of her 40s several attempts at IVF had failed and the relationship she was in had ended. But the doctor started talking about how when you carry a baby you shape so much about his or her personality and behaviour during the pregnancy. If IVF has the reputation for being a panacea then that, he stresses, is misplaced. I started to think that was right, and that carrying the child was very important. T o celebrate reaching half a century, Gemma Barnes wrote a list of the 50 things she hoped to achieve.
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