My kids don't demand such things, but a lot of thought planning and sacrifice goes into kids. When money gets tighter than possible due to circumstances you can't control you cannot sell or lease kids.
I had horses when I was a kid, as a young adult and sold when I started thinking of kids. Then, at the age my kids could enjoy them and I wouldn't have to worry about diapers and stalls at the same time I got back into horses and drug one kid with me. The others are welcome- but only visit the barn to chat, not live in it like oldest and I can.
So- get a horse I'd say. Or, lease a horse, with a purchase option.
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