The Perfect size family

@saralee1 (1983)
United States
April 6, 2007 6:59pm CST
How many people in a household make up the right amount? is larger, or smaller necessarily better?
1 response
@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
7 Apr 07
The minimum is, unless you are unable to have more children, is father, mother, and at least three children. The reason is that if you have only two children, it might be that one of them will remain single or not get married and have a family. I would say four children would be better. People assume that every child in the family is going to grow up and meet the right girl or boy and settle down with their family and every holiday there will be a big celebration when they all come together with the grandparents. But even in large families of four or more, there is one who does not get married, one who marries and does not have any children, but in the smaller type family of two or three, if one does not marry and the one who marries cannot or will not have children, then the whole line is gone. If you have large family the pressure is evenly distributed.
@saralee1 (1983)
• United States
11 Apr 07
Whoa! that is kinda disturbing, but you are quite a thinker there! maybe that is why my mother and father had six kids.... We all married, and half of us have children,the other half are taking it easy, LOL!