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More Millennials and Gen Z are choosing to be “one-and-done” parents. 

Jan 26 2023

More Millennials and Gen Z are choosing to be “one-and-done” parents. Whether it be to protect parents’ own mental health or financial well-being, a growing number of Millennial parents are choosing to have one child. Social and economic reasons are driving these decisions, but ongoing pressure from social media and family is making some “one-and-done” parents feel guilty. There’s common misconceptions about only children being lonely or spoiled which makes parents who make this choice question themselves and convince others why they did it. In Canada, “only-child families make up the largest group, ticking up from 37% in 2001 to 45% in 2021.” And in the U.S., “18% of US women in 2015 had one child, up from 10% in 1976.” YPulse parenting data shows that 50% of Millennial parents currently have one child and 52% agree they don’t want to bring a child into the world right now. (BBC)