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Women With These Names are More Likely to Be Grandmothers This Year

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There’s nothing like the joy of becoming a grandmother for the first time. Hearing the sounds of little footsteps can bring light and life into your home again after years of being empty nesters. So, without further ado, here are the names of people most likely to become a grandmother this year!

  1. Jennifer
  2. Lisa
  3. Kimberly
  4. Michelle
  5. Amy
  6. Angela
  7. Melissa
  8. Tammy
  9. Mary
  10. Tracy
  11. Julie
  12. Karen
  13. Laura
  14. Christine
  15. Susan
  16. Dawn
  17. Stephanie
  18. Elizabeth
  19. Heather
  20. Kelly
  21. Tina
  22. Shannon
  23. Lori
  24. Patricia
  25. Cynthia
  26. Pamela
  27. Sandra
  28. Wendy
  29. Rebecca
  30. Nicole
  31. Michele
  32. Donna
  33. Deborah
  34. Teresa
  35. Christina
  36. Denise
  37. Sharon
  38. Linda
  39. Maria
  40. Brenda
  41. Barbara
  42. Stacy
  43. Andrea
  44. Cheryl
  45. Kathleen
  46. Rhonda
  47. Debra
  48. Stacey
  49. Tonya
  50. Nancy

So how did we arrive at these 50 names? Well, in the U.S., the average age of a first-time grandparent is 47. That would mean the grandma-to-be was born in 1970. Following that logic, we looked up the most popular baby names for that year and voila! Pretty simple, right?

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That said, there will obviously be women whose names aren’t on the list but who find themselves preparing to be a grandmother for the first time. There will also be women whose names are on the list but who are still waiting for their first grandchild.

If you’re eagerly awaiting the birth of your grandson or granddaughter, there are certainly a lot of things to look forward to. According to The Spruce, 15 percent of grandparents provide regular childcare for their grandchildren, so that means you’ll get to spend a lot of one-on-one time with these little bundles of bliss. While research indicates that the birth of your grandbaby will make a small dent in your wallet, the new addition will no doubt bring more joy and happiness than any amount of money.

Congrats, grandma-to-be!

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