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Nearly 46 percent of American women through age 44 are childless. All reasons this generation of women are not bearing children at the same rate their mothers did are valid.
Some are young women and just not at a point in their lives where motherhood is a choice they'd like to make.
I would make up songs to sing to the kids I babysat that would become 'our thing' or visit the kids even when I wasn't officially working for their parents.
By age 21, I was hosting teen tour girls in my home. At age 23, when interviewing for my first job in New York City, I inquired about maternity benefits to make sure it was the right place for me.
Some are 'fence-sitters,' not sure about whether or not they want children. Some are gay and need to take a potentially longer and less traditional route to motherhood. And some, like me, are what I call "circumstantially infertile." I want children. At age 12 I purchased baby name books in preparation for the son and twin daughters I dreamed to be a mother to one day.
I was a nanny, camp counselor and frequent babysitter.
By my mid-30s, now in my third job working for some of the best companies in the world to make enough money to live in New York City, I was still unmarried. My work hours were longer, some days were spent overseas, and I was beginning to suffer the prejudice of being an 'older' woman.
At 34, I was approached by a male friend who said he wanted to set me up with a friend our age but I was just 'too old.' At 35, a man said he would date me if I agreed to freeze my eggs.
Childfree Woman | What It’s Like To Be Childfree Working With Mothers : "None of the things you might want to do as a childfree woman could possibly be as important as being a parent.
We can take bigger career risks — I had my own business for a while and Jim started his own practice two years ago.