You Can Still Have Babies After 35

Once upon a time, babies just came with marriage, as a natural effect of sexual relations. Today, we know how to prevent that, so that becoming a parent can be a deliberate choice instead of just something that happens. But no one should feel pressured into having a baby before they feel ready for the responsibility (or at all). Women do have to deal with the biological fertility window, but that window isn't as small as some would have you believe.

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In this clip from Adam Ruins Everything at College Humor, we get the lowdown on the research that started that fear of infertility by 35. -via Tastefully Offensive

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Of course there are other reasons to do it before 35. Namely, I don't want to be attending my kid's high school graduation when I'm pushing 60. The early 40s are pretty much the perfect time for that empty nest. Sell the house, downsize to a nice little condo, start enjoying that disposable income a little more, focus on each other a LOT more. To each his or her own, of course, that's just how I see it. I love my daughter but I'm glad I didn't have to send her off to grade school this morning.
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