I have heard people say that the transition to your first child is the biggest transition you will ever experience. You go from being self-centered and having free time to being consumed by another human being. I have heard other parents argue that adding a second child to the mix is much harder than the first. When you had the first you had one child to two parents (not in our case but you know what I mean). Now when one parent is on their own you are outnumbered.
So what I wonder is what is the biggest transition? Is it to the first? To the second? I ask because I worry. I worry that a third would totally upset the apple cart. I know we could handle it but I wonder how big of a transition it would be.
I am naively banking on the idea that going from having to twins to having a singleton (please God let it be a singleton) would be "easy". (I know, easy... ha!) I am hoping that having done it twice will give me wisdom and experience that I didn't have four years ago. I am hoping we will find out. :D