Thursday, October 13, 2005

I am speechless


Blogger Jeanne said...

Me, too. The thing that boggles the mind (other than the fact that they have 16) is that they want more. Yikes. I have one daughter and she's a handful :). How many more "J" names are there?

12:39 PM  
Blogger Jacqui said...

and I'm horrified :)

2:38 PM  
Blogger Suzanne said...

We were just talking about them at SnB this week--most of us had seen the documentary/show/whatever. I remember the two bits of the interview: "we dress to emphasize our countenance" in clearly homeade FLORAL FROCKS with TENNIS SHOES (I'm not Stacey London but even I know better than that) and the fact that they had a minibus as their family vehicle.

Oh, and the Tater Tot Surprise that was everyone's favorite dinner.

I'm just glad its not me.

Maybe we should email them some more J names in case they run our for the next one.

3:13 PM  
Blogger amy [Knitty] said...

can you spell "mullet" with a J?

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Emma said...

Flipping heck !

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Penticostals will be taking over the world at that rate!
That poor women is stuck out in the sticks, I think she needs to get outta the house a little more (and outta the bedroom a lot more!!!)
Scary, very scary!!!!!
Sue J

9:26 PM  
Blogger CJ said...

Jinger? What the hell kind of name is that?? These people need some hobbies!!

5:46 AM  
Anonymous Brynne said...

Have you seen that show about them? They're AWFUL to their daughters, making them do all sorts of work while the sons seem to get off without doing much of anything. Some ten-year-old of theirs was so excited about the new house because she'd be able to get the family's laundry done more quickly. Disgusting. She's a KID.

1:04 PM  
Anonymous kat said...

my boyfriend's mother is one of 16, and my grandmother was one of 13...
still shocking. i consider i child plenty!

5:57 PM  
Anonymous lisa said...

a woman in the uk had quads two years ago. now she is pregnant again with MORE QUADS. She will have 8 kids under the age of 3!!! yikes.
but.. how does this woman keep all their names straight? i would totally mess up.

ps love the blog! it's my first time here.

1:23 PM  
Blogger Chloe Sparkle said...

wow. Did you see the "fe-mullet" the mom was rockin?

5:20 PM  
Blogger Shannon said...

ergh -- saw something on these guys a while ago. CREEPY! and yes, suzanne, the dresses ARE homemade. don't see the boys sewing stuff for the girls, either...

10:11 PM  
Blogger Denise said...

I have a mom in our neighborhood expecting her 6th -- they have 5 boys. What's worse, they "unconsciously" gave them names with first letters that spell "J.E.S.U.S." Wait, it gets worse. The "U" is Uriah.

I kid you not.

7:10 PM  
Anonymous Jessica said...

Being from Arkansas, I've heard of them for a long time. The husband had a political campaign a while ago that just had his entire family on a bilboard with the little Jesus fish in the corner.

And yeah, they treat the girls pretty unfairly :(

9:56 PM  
Blogger Nik said...

Looks like the girls of the family are being raised to carry out their "traditional womanly roles". My mom used to try to do that to me when I was growing up...I had to stay in the house and clean, but when the boys got to be a certain age, they got to stop doing chores because they were "almost men". Oh, me and my mom fought over that one because I SO rebelled.

5:37 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

I live in the same town with these people and they are quite the "show". It's sad really. They have so many kids they had to instill a buddy-system just to keep up with all of them. Eventually, she's not gonna know when the new ones slip out! At least they're not on welfare....

10:34 PM  

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