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    Default How did you decide to have more then 2?

    I have spoken to some people who tell me they always knew they wanted 3+ kids I understand that I always just wanted 2, but lately I have found myself thinking about having another.

    Some days I want to others I don't but I think I am wanting a girl, I have 2 little boys I don't know how I would feel if I had 3 boys at the same time I don't k ow how I would feel having 2 boys and 1 girl.

    I just really don't know how to come at this it's a thought that keeps nagging at me any advice please?

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    We've always felt that 3 was the number for us. We have 2 DDs and of course would love to even out our household with a boy but even if we had another girl we would still stop at 3 children. Not quite sure why that number suits us, it just feels right.

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    We've always decided on 2. I am an only child so don't want only 1. Hubby was 1 of 4 and he believes he didn't like the big house hold. Also look at finances, bigger car, home, cost of living, school etc

    I'm currently pregnant with our first, a boy and we've both agreed on even if the 2nd child's a boy that's it.

    Just gotta be happy with your decision and do what's right for your family.


 

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