Maybe you've always dreamed of having a family the size of a soccer team. Perhaps you'd be satisfied with one or two. The question is, how many kids could you actually handle? Take this quiz and find out!
The baby is crying, the dog is barking, and you just spilled milk all over the floor. Be honest, how do you feel?
I'm laughing at the comedy of it all
Admit it, what would bum you out the most about being a parent?
Lack of free time
The stress of caring for another human
Balancing work and family
Nothing at all I'd love it
Not much it's life's most rewarding challenge
What is your favorite quick and easy meal to make?
Mac n' cheese
Does calling for pizza count?
Animated movies. Love them or hate them?
Depends on the movie
Describe your interior design taste:
Playful and colorful
How do you feel about kids sleeping in bed with their parents?
Every now and again is fine
If they're having trouble sleeping I'm all for it
My bed is my sanctuary not theirs
Do you always set and follow a plan or are you more spontaneous?
Definitely a planner
I live for spontaneity
I am a little of both
I'm super organized
I like to just let life happen
What type of car do you ideally like to drive?
A gas efficient sedan
A coupe or sports car
What do you like to do to relax after a long day at work?
Take a bath
Watch some television
Hang out with the family
Go for a walk
Relax with a drink
What is the most fulfilling thing you can do on a summer night?
Go to a carnival or fair
You could handle one kid! Some say one is the loneliest number, but we say one is simply fun. With just one kid, you'll be able to focus your time and energy on them, without having to divvy up your attention. It will also allow you a great flexibility in planning activities.
You could quite easily handle two or three kids. Two kids is the average in the United States, and it's easy to see why. With siblings children learn to share, negotiate, and compromise. For you, you like the idea of having a few little ones running around to keep tabs on.
Two or Three Kids
You could handle at least four kids. Raising four children of varying ages is certainly not an easy task, but we think you're up for the job. You've got a lot of love to give and wisdom to share.
You could handle five kids. Would you like five kids? That's not easy to say, but if you were to have them, you'd be a fantastic parent. Splitting your time and attention between five kids would be no problem for you, in fact, you'd love the challenge.
You could handle six or more kids! We think you might have some experience in teaching or leading children, because you could easily take on a family of six. Your organizational skills, unconditional love, and sense of humor make you the perfect fit for a squad of six.