There's a little magazine in Greece, a publication of a support organisation for large families, that I used to pick up when I saw it in church. 8 kids was the smallest family I remember seeing featured there; there was always someone with over 12 in each issue, usually a priest (go figure). Last weekend, I was going through an archive of sermons from the diocese of Florina, where having two kids was repeatedly considered 'demonic influence'. As much as I respect the bishop, I believe he's greatly exaggerating. Greece doesn't have anything like the support for every family and child that the UK has; if two is all one can manage, then that will have to do. Guilt-tripping just doesn't work.
I have one, who will remain the one, and if anyone tries to give me lip about it, I reply that, if God wanted me to have more kids, he would have sent me the right man at 20, not at 35.