If you are over 50 and have no children, do you regret that? Would you have a kid at that age?
It will be a very sad thing ... sure if It is possible to have a kid I will do that.
I'm over 50, and have no children, by choice. I don't regret that choice. I never thought I would be a good parent, and I lacked the support system to be a single parent.
Also, by the time I was in my late 30s, I was having problems with my uterus. At 53, I was finally diagnosed with uterine cancer, and had a total abdominal hysterectomy. Ain't no babies coming out of this body, ever, so no, I wouldn't have a kid now.
Honestly, I find even an hour with a small child exhausting. I don't know how older mothers do it!
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