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  1. Cool article….except the fib…but honestly what are parents supposed to do? We were warned about peer pressure for high school, but someone left out the family pressure speech. LOL

  2. Love this! I thought the story was going to go in a different direction…gave me a great laugh. Thanks for sharing…now that this is the 3 time I have met Tina as a guest poster, I should probably start subscribing! Dang…

  3. Kristen says:

    Best thing about this post…finding out that your son can think on his feet just as quickly as you can! I love it!! He definitely got you there 😉 LOL!!!

  4. lol…. We have been having similar conversations with my daughter (4), who REALLY wants a baby sister and she was REALLY upset this past August when she got her second little brother.

    Too funny… Have fun at (and AFTER) Disney! 😉

  5. Michelle says:

    Awe!!!!! I’m not sure I would even know what to say to that. Good aversion, except I think you have a clever one on your hands 😉

  6. Such a great story. I went through something similar with my older son, who’s turning 5 this week. A few of his friends’ families were adding a third baby. One night at dinner he asked why there was only him and his brother in our family. My answer was that there was only enough room for 2 and that he and his brother arrived first. Of course, my aunt had to be sitting at the table that night too which started a whole other line of questioning about more kids!

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