- 3 years ago
- Wedding: September 2017
0. More $ for me
0. More $ for me
2. The idea of my husband and I being outnumbered by my children sounds like a nightmare.
I’d have four probably. Fi and I have talked about it and I think 2-3 has been generally what we’ve said we’d like but if I had all the money in the world and never had to worry about the financial side of raising children I’d probably just keep having them. Ha
I have two.
If I had millions of dollars, I would still have my two only (a boy and a girl). I would not trade mine for all the gold in China but I cannot be paid to have more kids.
If money weren’t an object, I could hire people to help chauffeur to practice, school, get help with tutoring, clean house, meal prep and have pay for medical billls/best health insurance. Heck, I’d hire a “wife” for me lol.
I’d have 5-6 kids.
I would have 3 or 4. I’m a single child an I hate it lol, so I would love a big family.
But I might try to have four anyway and just see how it goes…haha
If money and age weren’t an issue (i’m 34), we would have liked to have had 4-5 biological kids, along with adopting children. However, I’m 34 and no kids yet, so the 4-5 biological kids doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. So, we’re thinking 1-2 bio kids along with adopting (no set number there. Whether it be 1 or open to sibling sets, we’re happy either way).
Carolsays: Thank you. 🙂 But I am in Canada, and it is a bit different here. There are just less kinds in foster care in general, and those that are tend to get placed with extended family as soon as possible. It sounds good, but in reality, the system leaves a lot of kids no better off, but still not eligible for adoption.
Two would be my limit, even if money is no object.
NONE Nada Zero lol
Thank God I’m not the only woman on here that answered NO KIDS!
Two or three but I would still be fearful of pregnancy, labour and whether I have it in me to raise an infant so may still seriously adoption of slightly older children (I have close family who have adopted and realise it’s not an easy option but may be better suited to us).
I can’t really relate to this poll because I can’t imagine not wanting to have a career or having kids at 22. I would be very unhappy in that scenario. I chose 2 because Fiance and I would like to have 2 in the future, but would be ok with not having any.
Still just one. Money isn’t the issue, patience is.
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