First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage. We all know the popular kids' song, "K-I-S-S-I-N-G", and we all know that that's not always the way of it.

Marjo and I often talk about how it takes about five years to really "know" someone, in terms of getting engaged and/or married. This is obviously debatable; however, it's something we totally agree on.

More and more millennials (born between 81-96) are waiting longer to get married and have kids. Whether it's the love of independence, the fear of the 50% divorce rate of the baby boomers (their parents), or financial strains, they're waiting longer.

A county by county list on reveals the average age of women when they first give birth. Below you can see the Berkshire numbers, for the rest of Massachusetts visit