I was wondering what combination sounds more idiomatic here in my example?
- Children .................. So, forward-looking parents would better make sure whether they can fulfill their needs and meet their demands or not. Then they can make a decision about having a child.
a. are full of needs
b. have a lot of needs
c. are full of demands
d. have a lot of demands
I see nothing the matter with all those cases, but they are all direct translations from my mother tongue. I have no clue if they are natural and idiomatic in English as well.
I was wondering if there is any more natural way to imply the same message in this case.