I'm a Christian. I believe in a personal relationship with Jesus, read the Bible regularly, and attend a Protestant church.
My husband is the breadwinner in our family and handles 95% of the finances. I stay home with our three children, and haven't earned a paycheck since 2007.
We homeschool without a strict curriculum and have few arbitrary "rules" at our house.
As a mother I identify most with attachment parenting. We have co-slept with all three children (only the youngest currently), and I've breastfed all three into toddlerhood.
All three Agents are vaccinated on schedule without fear because of, you know, science.
Our family reads a lot. My oldest reads about two grade levels above average.
The Agents play outside a few hours every day (weather permitting). The television is also on at our house several hours a day.
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On any given playground trip, I will probably tell my children to be careful a dozen times, utter multiple "good job" proclamations, and break out the hand sanitizer at least once.
I consider myself a very liberal Democrat on pretty much any issue (social or otherwise) you could think of.
I've had a planned induction (some medical concerns, but mostly elective) and an epidural early in labor. And I would do it again.
I hate MNO and have turned down many social invitations because I don't want to leave my children at night, especially when they are very young.
We don't have fancy cars, phones, or gadgets. We live in a comfortable house in a pleasant, safe neighborhood. We can afford to take nice vacations.
At what point did you have me figured out? Any of them strike a nerve more than the others?
If you only read one of these things, would you believe you had a pretty good picture of who I am? What about after reading all of them?
Thanks for reading and have a blessed day.