Thursday, May 6, 2010

"No woman should have children after 35...."


"...Thirty-five children is enough!"

Agree or disagree??? :)

I just read this quote (I'm not sure who said it) on-line and had to share it with you all....

8 comments:

Christine said...

Its a delighful play on words: is the author saying: after you have had 35 stop, or saying after you are 35 years of age: Stop! I think the former is more what the punist is after...

Cora Beth said...

Mrs. Flaugher,
I agree that the first one you said was what was intended... If it meant the latter (stop when you're 35 years of age,) then I wouldn't agree with it. :)

Lulu said...

OK I'd agree that 35 children is plenty....and I disagree that women should stop having children after 35. =P My mom is almost 40 and pregnant and doing completely fine!
And here's something else for abortionists: The government can count unborn children in a car accident that dies as a death, and they count it as a person then, when they can blame the person who caused the accident, but when it's abortion, somehow killing the unborn child is OK, and they don't count it as a death??? :( =( I don't get it. (sorry if that was off the topic....)

Stephanie said...

hmmmm...I'd say that each child is a gift from God, and He should decide how many's enough. However, 35 would be a VERY large family, in my opinion. =D

Hannah said...

I love puns!
I disagree. But I agree with Stephanie =D
Good Night!
~Hannah

Cora Beth said...

Thank you, Lulu, for sharing that very good point. Abortion is such an awful, dreadful, heart-wrenching thing!

On the brighter side though, "Congratulations" to you all on the new member of your family that's being formed in its mothers' womb--even as we speak/type... :)

Stephanie~

Amen to your thoughts as well!!! 35 children would be quite a quiver-ful.

Lulu said...

Thanks Cora! I'm *anxiously* waiting for his/her arrival!!! :) My aunt just had her baby, a bouncing baby boy named Jack, and that only made me a slight bit more impatient!!! =) =P

Cora said...

Heh... If my mom had gone by that, I wouldn't have a little brother. Praise the Lord! I don't know what I'd do without my big-little brother. It would definitely be a lot more quiet around here... :-P

Blessings,
Cora