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aud19822001 asked:

08 Mar 2011

My husband & I have 4 kids... 1 mine, 1 his, and 2 ours. I think I want another baby....?

Does this seem outrageous to anyone else? In a way, I think I'm crazy. For one, that makes FIVE kids! And they are sooo expensive.... and sometimes stressful. Also, I hated being pregnant before (the whole 9 months of restrictions really sucks)... but then I think how much I miss having a body growing in my belly and the flutters when they kick, and listening to the heartbeat, seeing the ultrasounds, and holding the baby when it's born... and a bigger family just means more love, right?! I don't know what to do. I haven't mentioned it to my husband b/c I know he will agree with me either way I go... What would you do?



amberreed95 says:

Posted on 16 Mar 2011

NO! u can have as many kids as u want. and the more the better. Some people have a ton of kids and others have just 1. I believe with more kids around it would help the other kids grow,but some kids do get jelous of others so beware. but yeah u should defiatly have more kids because once u hit the point that u cant have kids ur going to regret never having another one,but if u do have one u will never regret having another kid.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 08 Mar 2011

This is a very very personal decision to make as a couple. I know how challenging it is to be pregnant (I have 2 daughters), and being a parent is totally a life-changing experience. But given that you are truly ready, the sacrifices are all worth it. Now things to consider: Can you actually afford another child in the family? Capable of providing for her future? Are you and your husband psychologically prepared to become parents again? If you answer yes to these questions, then I don't see any reason why you shouldn't go for it.


bethanyjl says:

Posted on 25 Mar 2011

My mom and dad had 12 kids! I have 5 sisters and 6 bros. all blood. the didnt have us all for any religious reasons or what not. It seems insane but they both agreed when they married that they would never prevent having kids and if they had one then theyd love us all equally and thatd theyd find away to make it by, money wise,if it was ever a problem. My parents think that you cant put a price on something like a life. So they had us all. And i for one LOVE my huge family, every single one of them. Big families are great, you learn so much from being in a big family, so many key lessons in life. manners, love, loyalty, honesty, sharing, all that good stuff. I say go for it. If you feel in your heart that you want another baby, then why not? like you said, its more to love;)


babygirl266 says:

Posted on 08 Mar 2012

My dad has 18 brothers and sisters! and it is awesome!! lol i have 73 first cousins and 35 second cousins and34 aunts and uncles and i love our family!! my mom and dad have 4 children im the second oldest and there is a 11 year gap between me and my 2 younger simblings so i know what it is like to have little children around it can be very stressful you just want to rip your hair out but in the end you wont regret it :)


aud19822001 says:

Posted on 10 Mar 2011

Honestly, I don't believe anyone can truly afford children... lol! It's just something that we do... we do what we have to, to take care of our children... My husband and I both love children (especially our own) and in my opinion, we are great with them. I guess I'm feeling a time restraint... not that I'm getting too old to carry a child, by any means... but, I don't want to raise babies my entire life.... ya know? My oldest is 8, and my youngest is almost 2. I'm almost out of the diaper stage again, and I'd like to keep it that way, but at the same time, I don't want to regret not having another one later down the road, and I definitely don't want to wait 6 or 7 years and have another.... There's so much more to my story on why this 'one more or no?" is so stressful for me. The short version is, my husband & I have been together since 1999.... our oldest two are OURS and our youngest two are not. My baby had a different 'dad' and his baby (who is due any day now) is with another woman. We were separated for 3 years and just decided we were wrong and want to spend the rest of our lives together. This last baby (or not) would be our third together... I'm sure it all sounds ridiculous, but it truly is an amazing story...

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