Liam in Rotterdam writes:
 
My wife and I have been married for 13 years and have a wonderful family filled with love and laughter, two kids and a dog but as you can imagine, it's a handful.  Our kids,  ages 9 and 12, are at the age where we're constantly running around and most weeks we can't even see straight yet my wife has been really pushing for a third kids.  Financially I know we can afford it, but I'm done.  And I told her that but she won't take no for an answer.  I'd lose my mind if there was a baby added to this already "crazy" house.
Love Cowboy tries to help out a listener who says his wife insists on having more kids even though the house is already chaotic.
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