In Vain Asylum
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In Vain Asylum

I Chose to Have Children at an Older Age

Every woman has the right to decide when the time is right for her.

Photo by Jessica Rockowitz

There were certain benefits to waiting until I was older to have children, even if my kids don’t see it that way.

“How old are you?” my ten-year-old son asked me the other night while I was putting him to bed.




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Elle Silver

Elle Silver

I write about divorce, relationships, and family. Everything I’ve learned about love, I’ve learned the hard way. You can learn from my mistakes.

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