New Here? Click Here to learn about us and how to join our community!
You still have until 10 pm tonight to enter our LaPlates giveaway!
Lani: How many times have you heard that question? Quite a few, I’d wager. It seems many non-multiples families are quick to assume that those of us who have them have no desire for more children after having twins, triplets or more. Maybe it’s the perceived stress/workload or financial responsibility, but either way, it’s just not always true. While my, ahem, economic status is not conducive to expanding our family, I would love to have another child. My kids are just so amazing that they actually make me want more! It will most likely not happen, but it’s fun to think about.
Amanda: I come from a large family (I’m the youngest of 6 kids) so I never thought I would stop at two. I also never thought those two would come at the same time. However, my husband and I have decided we are not done having kids. We know that our chances of having twins are increased, but that doesn’t scare us in the least. At this point we’re thinking the more the merrier!
How about all of you? Did you have another child after your multiples, or do you intend to? Since having (fraternal) multiples increases your odds of having another set, how does that factor into your decision?