ANSWERS: 11
  • I originally wanted 6. It didn't matter what sex. What I have is 2 - one of each. :-)
  • Two, one of each but ended up with nine and i love them all.
  • I had originally wanted 10, 5 girls 5 boys. but only had 1 a girl.
  • I wanted one boy and ended up with two of them.
  • I wanted 2 boys and maybe one girl after. I have two boys. They will not be having any siblings as the baby making machine has closed and we have opened a pleasure palace in it's place. ;)
  • I didn't want children at all. I swore I would never put myself through that. I didn't want to put my body through it, nor did I want the responsibility. My first pregnancy was an accident and I briefly considered an abortion. But having been adopted myself and based on my belief that life begins at conception, I could not and would not get an abortion. I felt as though I wouldn't be able to live with myself. Once I had come to terms with the idea of having a baby I was fine. I thought I just wanted the one, and hoped it would be a girl. Well it was a boy. And now I can't imagine my life without him. Boys are wonderful and he's brought so much joy to my life. Fifteen months later I had a girl. Today they are 15 and almost 17. Both are the lights of my life.
  • I wanted 4 or 5 All boys.. =)
  • One, and Missionary followed by a Dirty Sanchez.
  • I've always wanted three or four. Their sex did not matter to me. If I ever do meet somebody it won't matter whether she would want any more children or not... as long as she is willing to accept my son and daughter also. If she does want more children, then I would look forward to that. If not, then I am content with the two that I have now.
  • When I young I wanted 2 girls five years apart so when 1 started kindergarden I could give my second the same attention as the first. I then was told I shouldn't have children but nothing was going to ruin my dream so I have 1 perfectly healthy girl
  • I didn't have a number of children in mind and, as for the sex, as much as I could get - well, I was younger then.

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