by Hanna Mohammed
Have you always wanted to be a mom? If the answer is yes, then perhaps you possess the mommy gene.
In a study done by researchers at Rockefeller University, scientists have determined that a single gene exists that could be responsible for motivating mothers to protect, feed and raise their young.
The findings suggest that there could be a biological reason for why some women are maternal, while others seem cold or indifferent towards wanting to have children.
Researchers theorize that young girl’s who play with dolls and show an inclination to nurture could have been born with the mommy gene.
Some remain skeptical of the gene’s link to parenting.