Every time there’s a large-scale emergency that keeps people hunkered down in their homes, usually a baby boom is seen 9 months later. It happened after hurricanes, snow storms, and other natural disasters. The pandemic presents an unprecedented crisis the likes of which we’ve never faced. Many experts say this will be different, and not to expect a baby boom. One reason is the faltering economy, which makes the future uncertain - as does the fear of what the virus might bring.