What do you think the best age is to start having kids?
Posted by: Avocado Green
9th Dec 2021 03:25pm
It seems people are having their first child later in life - is this a good thing?
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I believe that it can be a good thing for both parents. But biological clock is a bit scary. women eggs decrease an get order and it might be stressful to get pregnant. Researchers says that advanced maternity pose many risk to mother such as diabetes and High blood pressure, also kids is more prone to have genetic issues. However the good things of first child late is that both parents will professionally and financially well do raise a kid. Also mature to educate our future generation.
I say when every you and your partner are ready and don't let people pressure you to get pregnant.
Pros and cons for both .
Having children before 35 I believe is ideal if you have grandparents as your support system . Kids can be full on… especially for the elderly !
I say whenever you and your partner are ready! Nobody else can make that decision for anyone.