People ask lots of questions about having a "big" family. Things like, "how are you going to have time for them all?" and "how are you going to buy them all cars and send them to college?"
What I have discovered though, is that neither one of those things are that big of a deal.
They can share rooms. They can share cars. They don't need everything.
They are individuals, and as individuals, they naturally get individual attention.
They demand it. When I list my kids out: Deacon, Roman, Lincoln and Berean it doesn't seem like that many. They are so different. 4 different people.
Instead people should be asking me, "how do you keep track off all the dental appointments?" "how do you wash all the clothes?"
and "how do you manage so many schedules and paperwork?"
But they don't ask those things.
Even they know, those things are just details.