HYATTSVILLE, MD – In what has emerged as an increasingly popular parenting opportunity, a new study published Wednesday by the National Center for Health Statistics found that more parents are refusing to have more children in favor of just having a big baby and stop there. “Many of the parents surveyed realized that they were better suited to take care of a single giant newborn instead of trying to raise two or more standard-sized children born over a period of several years,” said study co-author Martin Graywolf , citing data. which showed that the trend was often favored by parents who grew up in large families and were never able to get the same attention as a lonely, massive infant, growing bigger and bigger every day, and getting the whole house to to shake when clapping their hands. joy. “Although a huge baby can consume the same amount of resources needed to keep six or seven ordinary children alive – requiring pounds of food to be shoveled into its screaming mouth almost every hour, not to mention special diapers – it seems parents to be less motivated by the household finances and more by the ability to give all their love to a clumsy, towering only child.In general, parents said they were grateful for the uninterrupted quality time they mostly used to prevent their “Colossal infant elephant hands are destroying their homes, washing up its saliva and operating the forklift required to put it into bed.” At the time of the press release, a competing report contradicted the results of the study by predicting that several thousand-year-old parents would choose to have dozens of miniature children that they could conveniently carry in their pockets as they walk around in their days.
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