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  1. #41
    Join Date
    Aug 2019
    I've always thought 2, with leeway for a #3. But 2 was always my magic number!

    1 and 4 seem interesting... but I'd be worried that 1 would feel lonely and 4 would be too expensive.

    Also, I am only really considering adoption.
    Last edited by ferix08; January 6th, 2020 at 09:35 PM.

  2. #42
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
    Ideally 4, two boys and two girls. But I know you can’t plan genders like that so I’ll hopefully be having 2, whatever genders happen to come up. I plan on raising my kids fairly (not completely) gender neutral anyway.
    I think 2 is a good number for me because that way you have one kid to replace each parent & they can keep each other company & I have 2 hands to hold theirs while we cross the street and such. Hopefully it will work out, it worked out well for me & my sister growing up but not as well for some other siblings we knew. All I know is I definitely don’t want 1 or 3 just because I feel like one child in that equation might be lonely.
    future kids:
    matilda valentine “tillie” • caspian apollo “casper” beatrix orion “bee” • roswell august “wells”

    otto wilder, phoebe leona, ira ocean, billie salem, henry lavender, lola briar, everest kit, rowena story, ernest thierry, astraea guinevere

    pet mama to sons marlow, scout, oliver, ezra, jupiter & bear

  3. #43
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    Jan 2020
    Caracakes Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I think anymore then 3 for me would be enough, i think ill probably just have two though. x
    Last edited by rachel55; January 16th, 2020 at 09:20 AM.

  4. #44
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Perth, Aus.
    Four ? is that too crazy ??
    Ive known families with a 'larger' number of kids and I think it's perfect. Realistically 3 but if i have my way, more.
    Lexi // Teenberry

    Happy with my girls for now working on boys

    Felix Barnaby River ~ Hugo Frederic Winter ~ Jasper Montgomery Eden
    Leo Alexander Sage ~ Henry Valentine Grey ~ Luca Remington Cove
    Remy Aurelius Wolf

    Arthur / Xavier / Otto / Sasha / River / August / Emery / Theo / Edmund / Samuel
    Emerson / Cornelius / Florian / Aurelius / Willoughby / Bellamy
    Riley / Cecil / Hudson / Brodie / Maxwell / Arrow / Blue / Samuel / Marlowe

  5. #45
    Join Date
    Nov 2019
    America the Beautiful
    I've always wanted 2 kids, with a maximum amount of 3. I think 2 is the perfect amount because there will be 2 parents.
    Teen Berry
    Planning ahead, not expecting just yet

    Mariposa Lilac "Posy"🌹Rhiannon Wisteria 🌹 Valencia Delphine "Valley"

    Dashiell Finn "Dash"🌹Caledon Gray "Cal"🌹Edmund Hart "Ed"

  6. #46
    I always wanted 6. most of the families I know have about 5-8 kids.
    Avalon Callista_Calliope Blue_Elara Meadow_Clare Elowen_Seraphina Moon_Willow Grace Reverie_Cressida Nyx_Sabre Viviana_Emmeline Clare_Alondra Scout_Genevieve Wren_Hallie Faye_Aerilyn Penny
    Evander Sparrow_Robin Ambrose_Percival Soren_Alexander Cove_Albion Emrys_Avan Dexter_Cedric Rune_Cobalt Ewan_Zedekiah Blue_Benedict "Ned" Stellan_Auden Gray

    Tiernan Lake_Atlantis River_London Blue_Rowan Night_Avery Zenith_Robin Briar_Kit Fable_Everett "Ever" Briar

  7. #47
    Join Date
    Mar 2019
    I started off wanting 4, but morning sickness kicked my arse this pregnancy and it is soooo stressful that I don't think I could go through it 4 times lol. Maybe 2, or even 3, but not 4. I'd like at least one of each and if next baby is a girl I'll stop.


    baby boy coming 11/04/20

  8. #48
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    La La Land
    I used to say 4-5, but after being in the workforce for some time and seeing how expensive babies can be, I think 2-3 would be more manageable. Hopefully two girls and a boy!
    Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.

    Girls: Cordelia, Persephone, Isadora

    Boys: Atlas, Leopold, Osiris

    The caterpillar still waits....

  9. #49
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    In an ideal world - 4. I've always thought bigger families were a wonderful thing. More realistically, I'd love 3, but I'll settle for 2, as I feel like 2 just makes the most sense. Ideally, at least one girl.

    Eliza, Adeline, Felicity, Flora, Sophie, Beatrice, Rosalie, Harriet
    Charlie, Henry, Edwin, Felix, Lachlan, Leo, Wyatt,

  10. #50
    Join Date
    Jun 2016
    3. I have 2 children currently, and we plan to have 1 more, likely ttc sometime after September of this year. I have 1 sibling and my SO has 3 siblings. We both agreed we would want more than 1 child as we loved having sibling(s) growing up.

    FC 12/21/2017
    BH 01/09/2020

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