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View Poll Results: How many children under the age of 18 do you have living with you?
1 42 33.87%
2 56 45.16%
3 16 12.90%
4 6 4.84%
More than 4 4 3.23%
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Why is "0" not an option?
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None of your business! (g)
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boy 6.5, girl 5, boy 4, girl 2.5. There is something in the water that we were drinking. Same water as wife's parents and they have 11. We had city water and they have a well. Notice I said "were". We now have our own well.

Actually we decided to stop at 4. We don't have anything against having more. Sometimes it is a little unfair to the older kids when you have babies.
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Do my grown children that refuse to mature count?
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I have 2...one day I will post photos of them...
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Why is "0" not an option?
I don't know, but I guess I can't vote (at least not accurately).
I guess no one cares about us Duncan!
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Zero is not an option? That makes it difficult to vote.
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You are kidding right??? pun intended...
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I had a childish Portagee in my car for 3 hours, does that count?
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