yeah, I know it's Tuesday. Don't have time for a good post today so this a quick one. More my thoughts.
Com'on Catholics. You don't know about Transubstantiation. Who was your 1st Communion teacher? I wanna meet them. Sadly, Jews and Mormons know more about their faiths.
Yes, I still want four children. I don't care if I never take another vacation or live in the tiniest house on earth. Hubby, we're intellectuals. We need to have more children. But I'm sure that that's a loosing battle. *sigh* Oh and please read the article; it's a good one dispelling the myth that we don't have enough money to have more children. Although as the comments say, things are still more expensive these days. Yes, I promise we can talk about it later. :)
My pet peeve: Is it just me or does it annoy you that you look at some organization that says they're Christian and then read their belief statement and discover that it excludes you? I understand exclusion. I get it. It's totally fine with me. You don't have to include me in your cool organization. But could you use something less broad to describe yourselves? Christian includes so many various denominations. Lets see: Orthodox, Catholic, Jehovah's Witness, Morman, Anglican, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, Pentecostal, 7th day Adventist, Mennonites, Unitarians, Christian Scientists, Church of Christ, Church of God, Church of the Nazarene, Salvation Army, Presbyterian, Quakers, Messianic Jews, etc. We all believe in Christ but beyond that it gets sketchy. I wish people would just say we are Mainline Protestant. We are Evangelical. We have roots in Baptists. I mean we use Catholic for everything. Catholic schools, Catholic churches, Catholic hospitals, Catholic Relief Services, Catholic Workers Movement, etc. If you're going to exclude me, great. Not upset one bit, but could you be open about who's excluding me? Please. With whip cream and a cherry on top. Thanks.