Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Yay, I have hit 100 followers on Blogger, and that in spite of the unpopular things I write about.

I am also coming up on my 500th blog post. If you have any suggestions for a subject you would like me to blog about in the near future, please submit your idea in the comments below.

There are several unfinished posts I have been working on here and there, as well as another Q&A with the questions I did not get to last time. Please bear with me as I try to just survive during this phase of morning sickness and fatigue. I am really hoping it will be over in the next couple of weeks.


  1. Thanks for commenting on my BF post. Maybe in a future post you could address some of the breastfeeding struggles you've had. (I know with 5 kids at least one was a poor latcher, etc.!) I think it's important to acknowledge the difficulties, since so many women have trouble and say "I couldn't nurse." Hope you feel better soon... I had hyperemesis when I was pregnant and it is awful! I just stayed in bed all day which helped a little. (You can do that with your first... not so much after that!) =)

    One more thing I would like to see is how you went about learning languages. I have a dream of being fluent in Spanish, but it is so hard to learn as an adult!

  2. Zsuzanna, I would like to see you post about something you have mentioned a couple times when commenters have brought it up, you said you would write a post about it soon. The question is, "what would you do/think if one of your children were gay?"



  3. Congratulations and I hope you start feeling better soon!

  4. I have a question. I know you're against birth control, but what do you think about it if a mother had a c-section and was told by both the doctor and midwife to wait at least a year to get pregnant again? Although I've been breastfeeding exclusively, I did get my period back this month, so I know I *could* get pregnant.

  5. I hope you feel better soon.

    If you don't mind me asking this question, what is your opinion on people who take birth control for medical reasons other than preventing pregnancy? I take it for my endometriosis, and there is no possible chance that I could become pregnant at any time, so is it still wrong for me to take it?

  6. I could give you a pretty long list of questions because we listen to all Pastor Anderson's sermons and so we've learned alot about him and some about you but there are also alot of things we wonder about.
    For starters I would like to know more about your family. Do they come visit you? What do they think of the way you've changed since becoming a Christian? Have any of them become Christians?
    A post of how your relationship transpired after you got saved would be so interesting.
    Hope you get to feeling better soon.

  7. Great points, thank you all. I will include some in the next Q&A, and save others as drafts for posts to work on and publish in the near future.

  8. Why don't you do something completely different and talk about Christian influence, or lack thereof, in film or other art forms.

  9. I'm eagerly awaiting your post on discipline, I believe you mentioned you were working on one. It's hard to know what to do when you don't know anyone you raises there children in a biblical manner. What ages for what discipline? What would warrent a spanking?


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