Third Hour Posted May 17, 2019 Report Share Posted May 17, 2019 I eat pizza and french fries often enough that I'm never all that surprised when someone asks, "When are you having kids?" Like, sorry, guys. It's just a food baby. Again. In all seriousness, though, I have been asked a few times too many when my husband and I are having kids — and even though there's no ill intent behind the question, it does bother me. First of all, it's no one's business besides mine and my husband's, and secondly, what if I couldn't? It's No One's Business Image via parentclub.ganzworld.com Several years ago — long before I was even thinking about having children — Elder Neil L. Andersen said: When to have a child and how many children to have are private decisions to be made between a husband and wife and the Lord. These are sacred decisions—decisions that should be made with sincere prayer and acted on with great faith. Let me say it louder for the people in the back: this decision is PRIVATE. He didn't say, "The decision to have children... View the full article Alaris 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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