To nitpick the semantics, "elogium" appeared to be a one-time-only occasion: later child-bearing would supposedly go by another name. Or indeed child-bearing would not be part of "elogium" at all, but merely something that elogium makes possible.
Kes: "...The elogium, the time of change, when - when my body prepares for fertilisation. [..] But you - you don't understand. The elogium occurs only once. If I am ever going to have a child, it has to be now!"