I have three little ones ages 5, 3, and 1. Sometimes I feel like I'm going crazy, but then I blog and I feel much better :-)

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i have three (15, 13 and 8)...
It seems like having 3 kids is very popular who knew!
I will use my favorite catch phrase. I have two toddlers two months apart and a four year old. 1 toddler from China, and one from my Va-China. OOOOH BAD BAD BAD JOKE!!! Esp since she was a C Section baby. I couldn't resist. Too much chocolate today... I'm wired!

Mutha Mae
I have 2 boys, ages 4 and 5.
I have 2 girls. I have an 8 year old and a 4 week old.
I have two daughters. One turns 8 next week and the other turns 11 in January. I'm LOVING their ages! My oldest in already entering puberty (yikes!) and we've had some great discussions. We started with the American Girl book, The Care and Keeping of You. It's been helpful. My 8-year-old now tells me that she's going to start taking showers when she turns 8--no more baths! (we'll see).
:-)
Four in our household. 17, 12, 3 & 9mos girl, boy, girl, boy - we are so blessed.

Our last two are our miracle reversal babies!
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They are 4, 2, and 11mths
I have 3 boys, 7, 3 and 17 months
I have three - this month they will be 5, 7 and 9 (yes, all this month, lol). I wouldn't say it's easier now then when they were younger but it's a totally different type of crazy. Personally, I LOVE this stage now that they are all in school but that's just me. I love the sports, music lessons, soccer mom thing. I guess I'm not a baby person lol.
I have two girls ages 11 and 15 and I have no desire to have any more. We are the three musketeers and that works for me...
I have four children ages 6, 4, 2, and six months!:)

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