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According to a study by my baby and me, the average number of children per woman in Spain has maintained its pace of growth, going from the 1.40 observed in 2007, to the 1.46 2008. This index reflects the effect of the foreign population has had about the same, which has been observed in recent years. The contribution of immigrant women also explains that the average age for motherhood to stabilize around 31 years, since Spain is one of the countries later in fathering. European panorama the countries of the European Union with a high fertility rate are Ireland (2 children per woman), France (1.98) and Sweden (1.88). In contrast, the countries of Eastern Europe, which a decade ago recorded high rates of fertility, at the present time, are the least prolific of Europe. For example, Slovakia posted 1..