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Blessings Galore!

One of my very first bloggity buddies, Nikki, has an astounding announcement over at her blog!

And that reminds me that my sweet friend with 11 children, including a set of twins and a set of quadruplets, is allowing me to interview her and post that here on my blog.

If you have any specific questions you would like me to include, please leave them in the comments.

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  1. So very cool, for Nikki! :)

    I gave you an award, Connie. It can’t compare with triplets…but still…

  2. I would love to know how your friend (and you) do things when you only have little children in the house. ie. no big children to help out.

    Do you sit the one year old child in a playpen so you can feed the baby? Do you put the children in their cots so you can hang the washing on the line? Basically, how do you make sure that little children stay safe when you can’t be watching them or following them around all the time.

    I hope that makes sense.

    Thank you.

  3. Headmistress, zookeeper says:

    I would love to know who your friend’s favorite ‘nanny’ is.=)

  4. In the stress that comes with everyday life, lots of children to care for, errands that need to be run, etc…what do you do to maintain a positive and joyful attitude?

  5. Rebecca R. says:

    OK–I could come up with lots of questions for your interview, and I “only” have 7 children 10 1/2 and under with “just” one set of twins! LOL Does she homeschool? What is a typical day’s schedule with schooling/house? Is life more based on routine or flexibility? There’s a few questions to start! :-)elireeves at stny dot rr dot com