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Monday, April 25, 2011

You Know you are a Granola Catholic when…

You do not know how to bottle feed a baby but you do know how to bottle feed a lamb.
The sound of men chanting sends chills down your spine
Tandem Nursing is something you have done.
Your kids not only take out the trash, but they take out the recycling and compost too.
You have been to adoration or vespers.
You own at least one sling and know how to use it
Your kids “nurse” their baby dolls
You not only have The Art of Natural Family Planning but you have read it and practice it
You drive a small “clown car” while saving up money to buy a hybrid
Your oldest wants to be a midwife when she grows up.
You use a clothesline
Your husband comes home smelling of incense
Your clean your home and self with vinegar  baking soda, and tea tree oil
You won’t buy things because you know you can make it better, cheaper, etc at home
Your children look forward to going to church not just for mass but to watch tv after mass in one of the classrooms
You have more than one bottle of holy water at home
Your dream house has solar and a heat pump
Your husband has his own incense at home
Your children think that going to the farmers market is more fun than going to the mall
You treat colds and other minor aliments with herbs and teas before turning to the pharmacy.
You have rosaries all around the house hanging in random spots
You grow some of your food yourself and if you did not you know the name of the person who did.


~ Sara Ann said...

Hi! I came across your blog when reading my friend Kelsi's blog. You had made a comment. :) I hope it's ok I'm following you now. I am also Catholic and we're pregnant with our 4th (7th pregnancy). We also practice NFP (although I guess we don't really practice it a whole lot since we want a houseful of kids...). I got a kick out of this post because it's so true!!!!!! <3 Sara

granola catholic said...

Thanks Sara Ann - we only have 3 as you can see, but I feel a void for the one we should have between Peanut and Pi, but that was not God's plan. He knows better than we do. I always thought I would have 4 kids. Now I have so many more with the coaching and teaching I get to do. Thanks for joining me here.

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