Studies have said the most stressful number of kids to have is three , but as a new mom of four, that has so not been my experience. Don't get me wrong; going from two to three children was not a walk in the park—with a double stroller. And adding a fourth child means I'm on 24 hours a day; I literally run around my house to try and meet everyone's needs. Still, I found the most challenging number of kids to have was one.
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Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Life while raising kids can be hectic, but mother of four Kayela Larson has found a creative outlet for the chaos. Larson creates charmingly funny drawings that depict life as a mother and all the humorous craziness that comes with raising little kids. The artist's love of art and animation was born from classic Disney movies like The Little Mermaid and The Lion King and continued to be a passion throughout her life. After college, she started a family and had kids, and time for art slowly crept away.
Mom Of Four Illustrates Her Everyday Motherhood Problems In 22 Honest Illustrations
At 19, I sat across from my future husband in a booth at Red Robin. First one, then another. Followed by our little darlings, three and four. And that maybe fifth?
I have one child. Just one, single child, yet it often takes me a solid hour to get out of the house. When I've finally shut the door behind us, I wonder how people with a bunch of kids do it. Then again, sometimes I'll see a very chill parent getting off the bus while baby-wearing, pushing a stroller and simultaneously directing a small gaggle of school-age kids and think, She looks way less stressed than I feel.