Jul 19 2013 Published by proflikesubstance under [Life Trajectories]
Inspired by true events.
6 responses so far
I've got three. Mostly true. Get's a lot easier after the last one is around kindergarten (with 2 year spacing among all of them) which is where we are at now. In a couple of years I'll have a "labor pool" all trained to work on the yard and house so my wife and I can sit around and drink coffee (poof! daydream over).
I can see what you are saying. Having had a kid recently (first one) I can see how much work it really is. I had no idea !
I remember with the first kid thinking that I could handle twice the work and stress. Unfortunately, the effort added with the second kid increased exponentially, not merely doubling.
Three might have killed me.
2 is plenty. I can imagine 2. I think at 3 I would start forgetting names.
Which is why I consider having cats and chickens practice for when I have children.
"I'm sure at least one will survive". Parent or child? who knows.
Scientist mother of 3.
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