It’s ironic because from what I’ve observed (not yet a mother) the very nature of motherhood is entrepreneurial. Managing limited time and resources, burn rate, unknown results, risky, psychological analyses of a person completely unlike you (young and growing). So many hats to wear .. like a CEO. Busy moms are some of the most brutally efficient people in the world.
Not to mention the implicit assumption that healthy and sustained growth is the desired outcome, rather than artificially boosting numbers. The cautious nature of parenthood searches for things that can go wrong long before they happen.
Again, not a parent, just what I’ve observed with other families and my own.