Mine aren't as interesting as yours, Mary Kay!
When I used to take all four grocery shopping, I'd push a car cart with the girls in in, pull a regular cart with younger son in the seat, and have older son pushing a miniature cart. I'd get a lot of comments about our train.
I also get asked--a lot--if I homeschool. Like all large families homeschool or something. Actually, more often it goes like this: "Are they all yours?" "Yes." "You don't homeschool, too, do you?" Like that would make me either crazy or superwoman, I guess.
"Don't you know what causes that yet?"
"Don't you have a tv?"
"Gee, you need to find a hobby!"
While shopping, "Are you feeding an army?!"
I was told there was "something wrong with me" for having 4 kids at 23, and when I was 25 with 5 kids I was treated to a lecture on how having children before 25 ruins your chances of ever being educated, guarantees your relationship with the father will fail, damns you to poverty, and ensures you will never travel or have any of the fun so absolutely necessary to being a well-rounded individual. Nevermind that I AM educated, have a strong marriage, am soundly middle-class, have been to Europe (only once??? my lecturer cried), and have plenty of fun as a mom of many.