New People article about Josh and Anna

They want a big family? Not exactly news is it. Go here.

5 comments:

fostersmom said...

Hmmm.... did we know that there was going to be a season 2? At least we learn something! LOL!

Cassandra said...

I really want to hear what Anna has to say about having a "big family" after 9 months of pregnancy (morning sickness, heartburn, et al.) and 25 hours of labor and delivery.

It's one thing for Michelle to say that she would welcome more, but Anna is such a tiny little thing, I wonder if she even has enough body fat to get pregnant.

I Hope Not said...

And if God decides to "bless them" with ZERO children (i.e. one or both of them is infertile), does that mean they'll take the Gosselin route and pop out 6 at once ?

Lisa said...

"And if God decides to "bless them" with ZERO children (i.e. one or both of them is infertile), does that mean they'll take the Gosselin route and pop out 6 at once ?"

Please don't go there. Not all infertility patients have six at once. Most patients have one or two babies, which our bodies can handle quite well. A small minority have triplets, again with decent outcomes for most people. The Gosselins are such a rare exception and there is still question about whether Kate followed the instructions of her doctor or took things into her own hands when she conceived her six. Please don't demonize all infertility patients just because Kate Gosselin made some questionable choices.

mamawama said...

If the Duggars follow Quiverfull philosophy, they might fix something that wasn't working correctly in their bodies. Like if a tube was blocked, they would go in and fix it. Most quiverfull people would not do IVF or take fertility drugs. It's really not about having a lot of kids. Many quiverfull families only have 1, secondary infertility? I think the average number of kids when you don't use any birthcontrol is 8.