January 24, 2010
At the grocery store, we're behind a large family: Dad, two tweens, two kids under five, and when you finally see mom, she's pregnant. We can't help wondering about the size of the family in this day and age. When the WIC coupons come out for milk and formula, we're shocked. The family doesn't fit stereotype expectations, although what possesses you to have more kids when you can't feed your current brood? Possibly someone recently lost a job, but what of birth control? How much is enough and when is it too much, unless you're still working the family farm?