So my wife and I are starting to talk about a possible kid #2 now that our son is 1.5yrs old. I've never been a huge fan of a second child aside from providing him a sibling to play with and share experiences with (that's not even a given as I had two siblings and I was never really close with them). Our son has been a blast. I never thought I would love being a dad as much as this. He's a very happy boy who has always been very easy to raise to this point (slept through the night since 5 weeks old), takes medicine like a champ even if it probably tastes awful, can usually sit in a high chair at a restaurant and not lose his mind, etc. He's basically perfect . I'm sure number 2 would be the complete opposite. That being said, I feel like we've adjusted well to life as a group of three. Sure I don't hunt as much, and I can barely find time in the day to mow my own yard or build and tune my new bow, but it's still a great life. It's just different than it was before he came along. It's the new n"normal." I feel like adding a second will pretty much turn everything on its head. All the crap your read online about this topic either claims you're selfish if you have one, insane if you want more than one. Ultimately it's a personal decision to be made between my wife and I, but I'm curious to hear everyone's own personal opinions. How many do you have? Recommendations? Opinions? Curious to hear from the single child parents and those with more than one as well.