Wednesday, July 30, 2008

is there such a thing as a too-large family?

Over at Womb Within, I posted about a Canadian family that just added their 18th biological child (Duggar family move over - meet the Ionces; 18 kids, no twins) and earlier this year, I posted about the more famous Duggars, who also have 18 (How many did you say you have?).

The first post led to a rather strong opinion from a reader, which I decided to use as a post itself, asking what people thought. So, what do you think? Is there such a thing as a too-large family? If you'd like to weigh in, please visit Give the whole baby-making thing a rest already and leave your thoughts.

Today at Help My Hurt:

We have the iPod, the iPhone… now the… iShoe!
Treatment Options: A Guide for People Living with Pain
Tooting the Health & Wellness channel horn
ABCs of pain: round up

Today at Womb Within

Vertical birthing - may be saving lives in Peru
Celebrity pregnancy update
ABCs of pregnancy: R is for…

News for Today:

Efforts Against AIDS Among Black Americans Criticized
Processing at fault with flawed cancer tests, MD tells inquiry
55 minutes of daily activity the ticket to weight loss: study
LA blocks new fast-food outlets from poor areas
Warning to teens on wrist damage from excessive phone texting

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