1) You take your two youngest children on dates – and it still feels like a date
2) You’ve mastered the art of maintaining a conversation while being interrupted every few seconds
3) You have a very high tolerance for chaos
4)You can shuck corn, bake a cake, write an email, and change a diaper… one handed (because your other arm is holding a baby)
5) You have an elaborate system for saving all your children’s clothes for their younger siblings
6) Going to the grocery store with your spouse is a romantic outing
7) You’re aware of the concept of “tithe child”
8) You’re actually sort of aiming for having a tithe child…
9) You have a witty reply (or are working on one!) for the inevitable “you do know where kids come from, right?” jokes
10) You can’t always remember basic information about all of your kids, e.g. birth dates, ages, names, etc
11) You have a pattern to how you’ve named your children
12) You own a 15 passenger van
13) You never travel by plane
14) When people see your family arriving for confession, they rush to get in line in front of you all
15) When your toddler falls and hits his head, you think: “It’s only a flesh wound…”
16) Your post-partum hospital stay feels like a grand hotel and spa
17) You finish answering how many children you have with “…so far”
18) You feel extraordinarily blessed!
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