When she's not busy cracking us up, funny gal Jenny Mc Carthy is devoted to raising her only child, Evan, with ex-husband John Mallory Asher.
Last year, she married Donnie Wahlberg, and the couple combined their families.
When you're in those overwhelming first weeks with your newborn, it's easy to think, "Whoa, I only want one of these." Though that feeling passes for some parents, others stay firmly in the one-and-done camp. Take some inspiration from these celeb parents who famously stopped at one child.
If you do love kids, or are tolerant of kids in a friendly way, then you must realize that dating a woman with a child is like dating two people.
You have to cater to both on some level, especially if the child is a female herself.
After the pair divorced in 2012, rumors swirled that babies were the last thing on the actress's mind, though more recent reports claim she's "open" to the idea of giving her daughter siblings.
Of course, with Suri's bubbling personality and sass, we think one might be plenty for now.
(The actor and former New Kids on the Block front man has two children from a previous marriage.) In an interview with During their eight-year relationship, Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen had one child, Lily.
Though they never married, the couple continue to co-parent their daughter.
Before she fell in love with Harrison Ford, Calista Flockhart was busy with a much younger guy: her adopted son, Liam.
When the actors got together, Liam was around six months old, according to Ford, and he was only too happy to be a part of the family.
"I really wanted, and I really expected or imagined, that Matilda would have siblings that were close to her age." But any plans to expand the family were put on hold.
In September 2007, Williams ended her relationship with Matilda's dad, Heath Ledger.
'" She also confessed that "at some point the decision will be made for me, when my ovaries dry up and die. There's nothing that makes me go, 'And now I must have triplets.'"A few years after their wedding—and with the help of in vitro fertilization—Courteney Cox and David Arquette welcomed a daughter, Coco.