I was reading a blog post recently about the tick-tock of a person's biological clock and found myself reflecting about my own experiences with pregnancy, birthing and breastfeeding. Despite my fondness for pregnancy, and my insistence upon having a third baby (although I had always previously believed that two was a perfect number), I don't think I ever heard a clock ticking. Maybe I'm more in tune with my intellect than I am with my purely emotional instincts? I mean, I knew that I wanted children and I had an age in mind for when I was hoping to get started (30), but I never felt as if my body was craving to procreate. Is this what people are referring to when they speak of a biological clock? Can DelSo readers help me to understand this phenomenon? How did you decide when and/or whether to have children?