Friday, February 27, 2009

The Benefits of having Large numbers of Children






With all the conflict going on about large families I figured I would at last release my long awaited opinion. With all the toil and sacrifice that comes from a large family there is equal or greater benefits which I will explain here.

Household Benefits:

Sometimes people obtain puppies while overlooking the fact that they will soon grow very large, expensive and destructive. While animals are often depreciating in value, children are the opposite as we will see in the next paragraph. Instead of getting old and gross, toddlers yield the "cute" period and then increase in value. Th older children get, the more independent they get. In addition they can perform increasingly useful tasks to make up for the younger kids. This factor ultimately makes raising children more efficient in bulk.

Financial Benefits:

You may find it ironic to think that there are financial benefits to raising larMinimizege families, but It's true. Little children may be expensive and quite a hassle at first but it's important to remember that each one is a little insurance policy to be reaped later. Also, once children get to a certain point they can provide small (but not fiat) bailouts from time to time.

In addition to these progressive ideas, there's always the reasons you've heard before like feeling the love of family unity and all that great stuff.

2 comments:

Beckalita said...

Thanks for this post. This is something I have been thinking about lately. I actually even had an epiphany (I love that word)this yesterday. It is so good that I think I will write my own post on this topic. Stay tuned! I'm back in the blogging world after a long hiatus.

Melanie Richards said...

Those are some pretty intelligent points, David. I like your blog. And WHERE did you get the name Tornado Paste? You make me laugh!