CNN.com - Woman, 63, 'delighted' by pregnancy - May 4, 2006 In speaking about this case, where the mom-to-be is 62 years old, the good doctor had this to say:
He said Rashbrook, whom he last saw in November, was "perfect" for the treatment, because although she was 62 at the time, she had a biological age of about 45. "She came here with her husband, the couple love each other, she is very slim, blonde and in perfect condition, she fits all the criteria for maternity."Um...slim? Blonde? This is sounding more like a Britney Spears lookalike audition than anything else. And as far as that "biological age" thing--I am 45, and I cannot even conceive (heh) of wanting to get PG again. I'm looking forward to GRANDCHILDREN--you know, the ones you fill full of sugary soda and candy and just generally spoil rotten--and then send home to their parents? UPDATE: No, I do not want to be a grandma anytime in the near future. Thank you.