Most people in their 30's are generally more mature. They've usually been married awhile, so they have their relationship under control. From the woman's point of view, she probably feels more secure in her job, if she has one outside the home, so she and her husband are able to work out if either one wants to quit and be a stay-at-home parent. These are generalities only.
My mom had me being 30 years old. She was a very good mother with me. Above all the things that have happened in my life, she was a very good mother and raised me well enough to make it through even the hardest times in life. The most valuable part was that she raised me with the way of God. To pray every night before I went to sleep. To thank God for the food I ate. To not be like the other kids that liked things that if I had liked I wouldnt be a gentleman today. She didnt raise me too religious, but she taught me to follow God. And that seed grew a strong root in me that held me from ruining my life many times.
At thirty you might have enjoyed your personal life with your spouse completely and this is the right time to share the mutual love with some one else. By this time you are settled in your life, you are mature enough to take care of baby, you are more self independent and have great faith in your relationship and you have passed the age of infatuation.
More mature, usually more stable, more likely have settled down and got ur priorities more in order then in your young 20's.Last but not least, know more bout what it takes to live and smarter because of life experiences? I reall wished I waited to my 30's to have started my family!
I think it's the best age to start having a family.You are financially better,you have your priorities in order and you are mature in your wants and needs.I don't agree that to be in your 30s is too late or you have health issues.I know many women that have started a family in their late 30s and had no problems at all. Most women in their 20s or younger are not ready to deal with the responsibilities and challenges of motherhood in MY opinion.
I had all three of my children in my 30's. I was more patient since I had waited longer to have them and was not in a hurry for them to grow up. I enjoyed every phase of their growing up. I spent my time doing activities with my children, and was a room mother for all of them in elementary school. I did not want them to grow up and feel all I ever did was clean house!
I say have them when u are ready 30's, 40's, 50's as long as your eggs are still available, the benefits of having kids at any age is that you have a precious little person that u can provide for and love unconditionally, no matter the consequences even if the child is born with disabilities.
Generally speaking,in 30s, u r financially independent and able to support ur family and to feed a kid. Moreover,u r maturer and have better understanding of life, relationship and the outside world. U have known what u really want and what kind of life u want to live. U r more perservant and patient. In addition, u have a stronger sense of responsibility to take care of the whole family, for u have really known the value of love and family. Therefore,in short, u r more capable and suitable to have a baby in ur 30s.
For me, I had my daughter just when I was 30 years old. Even now, I found myself lots of problems to be a good father, because I am less patient and I spend less time on playing with her. But anyway, I am trying to be a good father.
The decision to have a child is a joyous occasion. However, many women trying to conceive also find themselves bombarded by worries and concerns, not only about their own health and well-being, but about the health and safety of their future child as well. Any pregnancy, no matter how healthy, has a certain level of risk and unpredictability attached to it. However, there are certain risks that women can work to prevent. There are, of course, the obvious actions: Don't smoke, avoid alcoholic drinks, take prenatal vitamins.
my daughter was 30yrs old b4 she had her first and I thank god!she wanted a baby forever n wasn't ready now she is a wonderful mother! and i'm so proud of her! Like I told her the good Lord watching out for her,til he knew she was ready! Carrie Seymour and Travis Orr have a beautiful 9month old baby boy Jayce Michael Orr!!! She was not stable enough,now she is!!