The Globe alerts us that the disposable-income set is now beset by constant worrying about just how many babies they should pop out.
"I get the sense that [people think] weâre choosing to have one child because we donât love our son as much as people with multiple children, and it drives me nuts,â she says. "One woman came up to me at Trader Joe's and, 'Oh, how could you deprive him? Youâll change your mind.' "
Ed. note: One saving grace about shopping at Shaw's: People rarely confront you about the size of your brood - or much of anything else, for that matter.