Can people have children over the age of fourty? what do u think?

@navinshan (3940)
Canada
March 15, 2007 12:49am CST
Please suggest me, do u agree or disagree with this statement, should people adopt a child or should plan to have at a older age, what are difficulties if so
2 responses
@Modestah (11192)
• United States
15 Mar 07
Definately they can have children after Forty. My grandmother and one of my aunts did. My aunt was forty-seven when she had her 7th child. it worked out very well for them. I am forty-one, and do not feel as if my family is yet complete.
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@navinshan (3940)
• Canada
15 Mar 07
but don't u think, when u child reaches an age of twenty by, then u would become 61, and do u have patience look after your children at such an age, when its the time for retirement and relaxation.
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@Modestah (11192)
• United States
15 Mar 07
What can any of us say about how we will be in 20 years, whether we are 18 now or 40 now? I will just have to leave that in the hands of the Good God, and trust His Will for us.
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@navinshan (3940)
• Canada
16 Mar 07
thats true, but its just my thought about the children who future would be standstill if they have older parents, but i too know that god is one who above all responsible for everything.
• India
30 Apr 07
cannot say anything on this topic..