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Not weird to me. I feel badly for our 3rd, especially since he's the "odd man out", having two older sisters. Obviously, there's no guarantee that he'd have a brother if we have #4, but it seems like he'd have a "partner".
i have always wanted an even number all my friends that were middle childs, felt like they were not as good, lol i think the mid kid think has an effect on the brain! lol but we may stop at seven, don't know yet, hubby wants 8 but we will see how it goes! haha
We want #4 because we feel the same way! My first two are only 16 1/2 months apart, so we feel like our third baby is going to be like odd man out! I am hopeing for a girl this way we will have 2 and 2!
I wanted a even number to 6 siblings and it also seemed like one of us was left out ! One of us always had to be the only person for that ride siting alone while the other six we're partnered up. My husband's family had an even number for years his youngest two brothers are 6 years apart and the others are all very close in age. So he's had both and liked the odd number better when they voted for things it was never a tie.
We wanted a even number in the end but got pregnant with twins so I guess it's an odd number for us especially because I don't want to buy a bigger van
I used to want an even number, but now I want an odd number, lol.
~Beth~ Wife to my Airman Chris, and mommy to: Anthony Nathaniel (8/31/04), Anastasia Fae (8/01/06), Baby C (lost on 10/12/07), David Cillian (7/31/08), Charles George (4/29/10), and Alan Christopher (2/22/12)