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22/07/2015, 02:53 PM

"THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS ARTICLE! I have one child and to be completely honest, we are happy with one child for many reasons. We tried 2 years to get pregnant and were totally overjoyed then our son arrived. People ask me all the time, strangers, family and friends, and some talk at me when I say one child is enough. My hubby and I work full time and children aren't expensive. I am 38 years old and have medical issues, so one child is good for us. Maybe if I was younger or didn't have to work full time, I might of reconsidered. I always thought I'd have at least 2 maybe 3 kids, but things don't always happen the way you want them to.I think my son will not feel left out because he is an only child, he has lots of cousins and friends his age and my husband and I can offer more to him than if we had a larger family. Sometimes I do feel pressure to have more children, but in the end, I think having my son is enough for us."


22/07/2015, 02:28 PM

"This Sassy toy was purchased as a gift for my 1 yr old and became the immediate favorite of both my daughter and her 3 yr old brother. This is the first game that they can both play together. It keeps them occupied for hours, and the music, while clearly electronic, closely mimics the sound of real instruments and is not at all irritating- so we don't mind listening to it for hours. It is also exceptionally durable, having now been dropped, kicked, licked, and knocked out the car window. No cracks, no broken pieces, and still plays as well as it did the first day out of the box."


22/07/2015, 02:12 PM

"I really enjoyed your article until the very last paragraph. It seems as though you think taking your kid to the zoo, Disneyland, vacation, etc. means you're being a better parent or even that you are providing for your kid better than someone who isn't able to do those things. My husband and I only have one kid right now and we have discussed the option of not having any more, due to timing (he's turning 40 this month) and money (also anticipating a lay-off at the end of September), but I haven't weighed the pros and cons of one vs. more than one kid but saying if I only have one I can give him X, Y & Z material thing. Please keep in mind that is not what your child will appreciate from his parents your time, love and attention is more infinitely more rewarding and precious. I also don't think any adult would look back on their childhood and think I so wish my parents didn't have my brother/sister so I could have gone to Disneyland . The price/reward of a sibling is not measurable by vacations, etc."

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