Want More Children? Are You Sure

I recently shared a post over at Professors House that sort of details how I feel about giving up the baby making phase of my life. For me, the decision that I was done was clear-cut. In other words, I was ready. Once my husband got clipped, I never once looked back or even felt twinges of regret.

I do realize however that for many women, this decision doesnt come easy. There is always that inkling in the back of a moms mind that perhaps they are meant to have another child.

Please take a quick clicking leap over to Professors House and let me know what you think.

Are you ready to give up on having more children? How did you come to the decision, or what is holding you from being certain one way or the other?


Bottom line, there is no right or wrong decision. This is a personal, individual decision! Blessings..

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  1. Hi there, visiting you through Katherines corner :-) We have two daughters and have made the decision not to have any more children, however, once in a while it ‘pops’ in my mind and just wonder a teensy tiny bit if we REALLY don’t want to have any more children. I’m definitely not ready to give away or sell the baby clothes yet…..

  2. Leigh says:

    We had 1 then planned on another and got twins so yip we’re definitely done… BUT after the twins were born I wasn’t ready to say no more because I felt that if something happened to 1 or more of my kids or my whole family (was thinking losing them in a car accident etc) I’d definitely want more but hubby said that if something happened to all of us he wouldn’t want more kids so he had the snip. Now that I’ve passed 40 I’m DEFINITELY done!…. great article!

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