My questions are:
1. "Do you think that expecting your kids to be part of a large family is fair, when having a large family means sacrificing lots of fun things that other families get to do or have such as big vacations, the latest technology, having your own cell phone, your own computer, your own room, newer clothes, more toys or more of your own toys, more one on one time with mom and dad and so on.... Do you think it is fair?
2. "Do you think it increases their potential to be caring, compassionate, and productive adults?"
3. "How much influence should your children be given about the size of your family? Whether through adoption or your biological children, where should you or do you draw the line? "
Please feel free to comment. Not in a hurtful way, mind you, but in a respectful and honest way. And I am not knocking any SMALLER size families out there! Just wanting your take on big ones. :)