You may be QuiverFull minded if...


Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 10:21:49 -0500
From: "Kristin"
Subject: Quiver Full When...

You know you are quiver full when you barter Cinnamon Rolls and Fresh Whole
Wheat bread for Doctors appointments.


Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 14:55:56 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
From: Marcella
Subject: You know you're QF when.....

You wonder WHY they make 4 roll packs of toilet paper.

You add a second (or maybe third) refridgerator.

You schedule bathroom time.

It takes at least 2 carts in the grocery store.

"Family Meal packs" at restraunts are a laugh.

Your dream car is a Sunday School Bus.

Your family alone gets a group discount.

mom to 6


Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 18:32:58 -0400
From: "John and Val"
Subject: You MIGHT be quiver full IF... need a CDL (commercial driver's license) to get your family to church
on Sunday morning...


Date: Sat, 18 May 2002 11:15:03 -0600
From: "Emmaus"
Subject: You know your quiver is full when:

The bulk package of hamburger is a one meal serving size.

Your family vehicle is repeatedly mistaken as the church shuttle.

You laugh at the term: "Institutional size."

No matter the size, "It'll fit someone."

Goodnight and goodbye kisses, involves a line-up and head count.

You get the banquet room when you go out for family dining.

You wish the Library had shopping carts.

Large appliances are bought in pairs.

You need separate shoe and a coat closets.

It takes more time to pass and serve dinner than to eat it.

Considering the application of bathroom stalls for domestic uses.

People stop and stare, laugh or glare.

Life is full of the 3 'B's: Bulk, benches and bunks.

When you ask the Dentist, Ophthalmologist, and Orthodontist if there is some
kind of group discount.

Instead of a Christmas list, you have charts and graphs.

Diapers have been a staple on the shopping list non-stop since the 80s.

LOL...enough for now,
Vicki, wife to Paul and mom of many


Date: Sat, 18 May 2002 11:39:32 EDT
Subject: You know your quiver is full when...

There is a line for the bathroom in the middle of the night.

Yogurt cups start to look like glassware.

A baker's dozen doesn't go all the way around.

You privately chuckle when others are worried about their dinner party for

The checker at the grocery always asks if you are having a party.

Getting the family dressed for church takes longer than church does.

Wrestle with Dad time has to be split into two sessions.

You own more than four sets of bunkbeds.

You think the house is empty with only five kids home.

Your grandson remembers you being pregnant.

You have considered purchasing a bus.

A trip to the restaurant supply store is your dream date.

You buy apples by the bushel and don't have any to can.

Your stock pot could house a small child

The Tide company sends you a Christmas card.


Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 14:33:52 EDT
Subject: you know your quiver is full.....

You know your quiver is full when McDonald's drive thru asks you to call
ahead next time!

This actually happened to us. We ordered double cheeseburgers for everyone
because they were on special that day and the drive thru manager said, "You
really should call ahead when your going to have an order this size."

Love Ricki, Mom to nine blessings


Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 11:42:24 -0700
From: shannon
Subject: you know you are qf when....

When your friends can compare how long they have known you by the number
of kids you had when you met.

When you have two small potties, thousands of training pants, AND a mega
pack of diapers in your house.

New neighbors think you run a daycare.

Three friends can ask you to babysit their kids on the same day and you
say, "Sure, NO PROBLEM!"

You can leave your husband in charge of the above kids plus yours and
know things will run smoothly.

Your DH is called "The wipey-man".

You don't sleep in the master bedroom.

Someone asks if you could use a place setting for 8 and you laugh.

Most of you childrens cartoon dishware is so old it could go for $100 on

You do your weekly shopping at Costco.

You know that your bathtub will hold 5 kids.

Your friends do not have to worry about bringing diapers, extra clothes,
etc. when coming to your house.

Their kids think your house is the best place to play.

In little league, your children make up half the team.

The city could have your yard declared a public play area.

When your baby is a year old, the others tell you it is time for a "new"