It’s possible but it seems unlikely. Chronos made a very good point above, which is that the goal posts are constantly moving.
Imagine that we had the opportunity to do this today, when the dead only outnumber the living about 10-fold. That means that within the next 45 years every female will have to produce, on average, 11 surviving children just to equal the number of dead. Given that many females are already at or approaching menopause, many more are infertile etc. that means that many women will have to produce 20 or more children to meet that 11 child average.
And if we leave it for another generation the dead population will eqaul 69 billion rather than 63 billion so every living female will need to produce 12 children. And so the goal posts will move ever further away each generation.
11 surviving children per femalke isn’t a completely unobtainable number and becomes increasingly more plausible as medical technology improves but it is hard to envision a time when a majority of woman would want to have more than 10 children.