By Jacqueline Wilson for GalTime.com
Motherhood at 40As society continues to shift, we are seeing more and more changes in families-- especially for parents in "prime" ages, mainly 40 and up.
More women today are putting their careers and needs first, choosing to wait until later in life, perhaps when they are more established, to start families.
As parents start having kids at older ages, it creates this odd blurring of lines when you see them in public. You have questions: grandparent or parent?
We get it; it's confusing for you. Guess what? It's confusing for us too.
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However, here are five questions you should keep to yourself when you see a 40-something woman with a baby or toddler.
Better safe than sorry, right?
1. Oh, is this your son/daughter?
If you see a 20-something woman playing with a child in the park, you would probably automatically assume she is the mother of that child. Just because an older woman is