I caught the tail end of some show on TV just now about a family who has 8. Now, keeping in mind that I didn't see the whole show, I was taken aback when the commentator mentioned that they hadn't "planned it" that way. Uh....hello? How can you "not plan" on having 8 kids? Don't you think after about kid #3 they would've figured out what was causing the problem? AGAIN: I didn't see the whole show, maybe the 8 kids were the results of several multiple births. But the poor dad...he had that "deer in the headlights" look and kept saying, "No more...no more" while the mom patted his knee and said, "OK honey, no more" but you could see the gleam in her eye...so anyway, it made me wonder, how many is too many? By that I mean, what is the number at which you would raise an eyebrow? I understand that it's a personal choice for everyone and I am in NO WAY "against" people with large families...I am the oldest of 5 myself....it was tough growing up with 4 siblings because people did make comments. So I'm just curious to know what you all think.