Dinner can only be compared to a pride of lions tearing apart a zebra. There is usually at least one naked child, two glasses of something/anything spilled, four people trying to figure out who did/did not get silverware and three people getting water/refilling spilled water. Chaos reigns.
Fortunately there are many fantastic family-friendly options, in the US and Caribbeans to ensure large families find spot-on accommodation and a wide range of activities to keep everyone happy.
You can play a game of baseball, soccer or football whenever you want, and you don't even need to invite over any of the neighbors.
"Were they all planned?" Wow. Did you plan to be so incredibly, astoundingly rude? Or did it happen by accident? Honestly, this question really baffles me. How my reproductive choices have anything to do with anyone else other than my husband is beyond me.
It may be news to many, but every one of our six babies was planned (well, except for the extra twin we didn't anticipate).
A Nebraska couple who adopted two brothers more than doubled the size of their family by adopting the rest of the boys’ six siblings.
When did having a large family become equivalent to a tragic event? Why do people think that seeing a mother with lots of children automatically entitle them to make rude comments concerning her family planning?
"You can take this one off my hands!" I replied, pointing to my screeching toddler tossing organic overpriced cheese snacks