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Old 04-15-2008, 08:44 PM
 
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Originally Posted by lisarussell View Post
IMHO singletons are weird. I think not having siblings would be the loneliest, saddest sort of hell.
Hey, it's not as bad as all that! LOL, We may be weirdos, but it isn't hell.

Personally, I'm shooting for 3, possibly others.
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:35 PM
 
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We count.I'm on my 7th pregnancy, hoping to see a big healthy #5 for a long life...
I also came from a line of big families.Each of my parents have 6 siblings and they have 7 kids.Dh came from a 1/2 siblings and step siblings combined 12 siblings.Raised with an average of 6 of them.This is our norm.I've been 100% done twice.heehee.We also breastfeed and I am blessed with abut 16 mo. of lactational ammenoreah.I'm pretty much along for the ride.As long as health provides, I cannot bring myself to stop.It's way too fantastic!I also would love to adopt at some point,but dh is not so sure.We'll see.A few of my cousins are adopted,and growing up,one of my best friends was in a family of 5 bio and 3 adopted handicapped siblings.I love that family!We'll see how it plays out.

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