Last week’s news article featured a 35-year-old grandma. That’s, like, a grandma compared to this woman, who is actually younger than I am right now and has been living her life in a perfect storm of fertility.
Wow. Is there some sort of record for youngest grandparent ever. At this rate- if each mother was 15 or younger when her baby was born, this baby could live to know its great great great great grandma (if she lived to 104 - which is possible). I barely knew most of my grandparents.
Nancy really has a positive perspective on it, i.e., that these women could know their great great great grandmothers. However, will they ever know who their baby's daddy is? Did you notice how practically each sentance had its own paragraph in this news article? What is up with that?
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