How many members live in your family?

India
September 8, 2008 5:59am CST
Earlier it used to be a big family,all living under one roof. Now times have changed and its usually a family of 3 or 4. How many members live in your family?
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6 responses
@cher913 (25890)
• Canada
8 Sep 08
we have a family of 4 which include my hubby, myself and my 15 year old daughter and my 11 year old daughter oh and a cat. our house is the right size for us and i wouldnt really want a bigger house, just a flatter one.
@anneshirley (1517)
• Philippines
8 Sep 08
I was born in a big family. I have 2 sisters and 3 brothers plus both of my parents are still alive so that will make my immediate family equals to 9 plus I have my uncle and cousins living with us. All in all we are 13 living in the same house and luckily, our house is big enough to accommodate us all. We all have our regular jobs though and we can only see each other at night time.
@weryfues (26)
• China
8 Sep 08
I live in with my husband , no kids.
• Singapore
8 Sep 08
i live in a so-called nuclear family. there is my younger sister and my parents. it is just so lucky that my siblings and i still have a personal room. we have a small house, as my father only earns about 1450 dollars per month. but even though it is quite small, we feel really happy.
@chinniR (661)
• India
8 Sep 08
hey sandeep. first in my family it was five, my parents, grandparents and me. but now it's just the three of us, my dad, mom and me. i really miss my grandparents cause when they used to be there i used to spend a lot of time with them. but now i feel bored when am home. i always like to be in a combined family where all the members in the family live in the same roof. i think it's fun to be together. happy mylotting.
• India
8 Sep 08
I am living with my wife, and two kids. Most of the time. And, I do like the privacy, .. as usual, most of the time. But, during festivities, and such holidays, we all gather at our place or at someone elses' to celebrate the festival, as also to get the feel of olden days, where there used to be very huge families, fathers, uncles, aunts, grand parents, etc..