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I would not buy a larger house if I had the chance. DH had a much larger house before he moved in with me, and my parents' house is much larger as well. My observation is that it is good for lots of kids, but also good for building up lots of stuff. I am particularly bothered by clutter, even if it is well organized, so do better with an environment that forces me to choose minimal stuff and to purge often.

ThyPeace, not that I'm perfect at it. Finally gave DD's crib away a couple of weeks ago. She's 16. That one was particularly hard. I always wanted another baby in this family to use it. That's not my path, though.
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