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Increasing number of women waiting longer to be first-time mothers

Women treasure results, but waiting brings risks

9:30 PM, May 11, 2013
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Michele Hepfler is often one of the oldest moms in groups of parents with young children, but it doesn't bother her.

The 48-year-old from Kimberly had her first child, Eve, at 38, her second, John, at 40, and her third, Aaron, at 44 - exactly when she and husband, Don Vanden Heuvel, felt most prepared to expand their family.

Hepfler is one of an increasing number of older first-time moms celebrating Mother's Day today. Women across the country are opting to delay child birth, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ...

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