I was just wondering how hard you found it to go from 2 kiddos to 3 (or more). Once the kids outnumber the adults, does it make it harder, or is that just something I'm imagining? What about middle child syndrome - does it really exist (I'd love to hear from anyone that is a middle child, too)? Does having an uneven number of kids matter - do two often play/work together and leave the 3rd out? Do any of your kids share a bedroom? Does that go ok or does it lead to increased arguing?
And a silly question but one I've wondered about - when you travel, most hotel rooms have occupancy for 4 people. Will they let you put all 5 of you in one room, or do they make you get 2 rooms?
I'm not pregnant, just.....thinking about it. We're coming up on the window of TTC time I've designated in my mind as being "ideal child spacing" and just not sure what to do. It's funny, from the second Lainey was born, I kept feeling, "This CAN'T be the last time I (insert newborn activity here)" and I was soooooo sure I wanted 1 more. Then when she was 14 months old, I started feeling really content with the way things are. I'm starting to wonder if we might actually be done. But there is still a small part of me that wonders what it would be like with one more. And I know I could decide at any point in the future and have more, but well, we're both in our 30's now and not getting any younger, and I'd ideally like there to not be too much time in between kiddos (DD1 turns 5 this summer).
Sorry for the rambling! It's a hard decision. We always said we'd be done after 2, but now that we have 2 we still wonder what it would be like with one more. Most of the time DH says he's "done" if I ask him, but he can be easily persuaded, so in a way it's kind of up to me