The answer to that question, at least according to all the comments on the internet, seems to be, well, yes.
I certainly did. When I heard that Michelle Duggar, of the popular TLC show "19 Kids & Counting" was expecting her 20th child, I sent out an annoyed tweet and thought about all the reasons they shouldn't have any more children: their last pregnancy was a difficult one; she's 45-years-old; they already have 19, plus grandchildren; that woman can't possibly be happy hanging out with all those kids all the time and on and on.
But when my husband and I were watching the show in which they make the announcement to their kids (that's the first time I've ever watched it on purpose, I swear!) I kept trying to come up with obnoxious comments to make only to realize that, while these people have religious, cultural and other various views that are way, waaaaayyyyyy different than mine, they are allowed to do whatever they want.
Because their having 20 children has no bearing on me, so why get all up in arms about it? In the same way that I strongly believe we women should not judge one another so harshly on the decisions that come along with becoming mothers, I shouldn't judge Michelle Duggar on her decision.
Plus, this isn't an earth-shattering insight or anything, but they seem like really nice people that take great care of their kids.
So I've turned it around. You go, Duggars. Good luck with that 20th. Jesus Christ.
For a really interesting perspective on the subject, be sure to check out this blog post, "Michelle Duggar, feminist?" from The Washington Post.