We’re more likely to stay with Daddy. Of course there are no guarantees, but a new mom in her 40s isn’t likely to be in a “starter” marriage.Whether she’s in a more long-term marriage relationship or, like me, in a newish marriage with all the shenanigans of her 20s and 30s well (and thankfully) behind her, the fact of the matter is that the kids of older moms are more likely to be raised in a two-parent household. (I am 100% certain that if I’d married and had a baby with any of my boyfriends from my 20s and 30s, I’d be a single mom to some angry Goth teenager right now.)