Birth rates in the U.S. have fallen to the lowest number on record, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center. America’s birth rate declined 8 percent from 2007 to 2010, and now stands at 63.2 births per 1,000 women who are of childbearing age. That’s the lowest number recorded since 1920 when reliable statistics were first kept.
So basically we need another “Baby Boom”. Since it worked for her, Guenn votes that all women read 50 Shades of Grey,but Tanner thinks we should just play more of the kind of songs that put you in the mood.
What do you want to hear more that can help? E-mail Tanner@TheNew1037.com.
Also, on a side note, an adult toy company called Lovehoney, advises that you rest up this week . . . because next Tuesday is the most FERTILE day of the year.
They looked at birth records, and found that September 16th is the most-common birthday . . . and most of the babies born on that day were conceived 40 weeks earlier. That’s December 11th . . . which is next Tuesday.
Experts said that one reason why December 11th is such a fertile day is because people are just more festive in mid-December. The other possible reason is that the quality of man-seed is supposedly higher in colder weather. Who knew?
Happy baby making!