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Rain San Martin says
No they can't. People of large families CAN'T give individualized time to each child. Some children will be neglected, cast aside, & waylaided while only a few will receive the needed love & attention. Small families are BEST for children.
*Marie Curie-physicist and chemist (4 siblings)
*Michael Jackson (9 siblings)
*Johann Sebastian Bach-composer (7 siblings)
*Hattie McDaniel-first African American woman on the radio (13 siblings)
*Nikola Tesla-inventor and physicist (4 siblings)
VERY VERY FEW. Most children from large families end up impoverished as their parents have. Children from large families are THE LEAST educated & successful. It is children from small families who are THE MOST successful. Nice try though!
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Mark Johann says
Parents only have so many hours in a day. When you have three times as many children, each child gets on average a third as much time.
They have as much love and attention but subdivided among more kids; whether siblings make up for this is opinion.
WELL SAID, parents CAN'T give INDIVIDUAL TIME to a large number of children. IT'S HUMANLY IMPOSSIBLE. Some are going to neglected & waylaided. Neglect is common in multichild families, believe it or not!
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