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Posted anonymously, 26th June 2019

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  • I don’t think you’re ever really too old if you want them and can love them and care for them.

  • It is personal preference. I personally think 32 is my cut off age.

  • I think before 50 is ideal as you’re not going to be as prone to old age related afflictions. I found it hard enough in my 20s with young kids, I imagine those who do it later on must be very healthy and fitter than I ever was. The only thing is 35 is when your eggs start declining in quality and there’s a larger chance of having a child with defects. Of course, it can happen at any age. I would hate to be too old to see my kids grow up and them have kids etc.

  • I really think it depends on the person and how good their health is and life in general. being ‘too’ old may create problems down the track as the child grows however there is no age limit on the amount of love a mother gives to a child. I think each to his own and if they are physically fit, financial and keen- why not?

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