Hi! I first would like to admit that I am not a regular here, but I have a question that seems to be best answered by a large group of people that don't know me. ;-) I am the mom of an almost 5 yo and a 2 1/2 yo. I work full-time, and do not feel at all like one of those Super Moms that can do it all. While we are financially stable, money is a factor, and can be a stress. I have a 3 bedroom home and a medium-sized SUV. All of those are reasons I'm telling myself that I should stick with my two little girls, but I can't shake the question of if I should have a 3rd. My husband would love a boy, but we've already had the discussion that we would be trying for a third "child", and not for a certain sex. So, I guess I'm just asking - How much harder is it to jump from 2 to 3 children? I feel like this is the biggest decision of my life, and hate that I can't decide if our family is "complete". I'll also be 35 in a year and a half, and though I know I could get pregnant well after that, I'd like to try to decide all this before then, as well as to not have too large a gap between them. Sorry this is so long. Any input is greatly appreciated!