I was looking at myself, and acknowledged that I wasn't in love at all with him [husband]. I was in love with having children.
I personally do not believe I'm irresponsible. Everything I do revolves around my children.
The majority of people do not accept my choices.
That was always a dream of mine, to have a large family, a huge family.
What it gives any human being a right to - to pick and choose which embryo - which fetus is more valuable than another. That's is not up to human beings.
I have no interest in being famous. I'd love to vanish from the public eye as soon as I can.
I don't believe I'm selfish in any way.
My mom, we had a relationship. I knew she loved me. I always knew she loved me. But she didn't, openly or overtly, express, you know, affection and love. But I - I knew. I knew she did.
I think there are a lot of things in life that are not fair. But life, I believe, isn't always perfect and idealistic.
I believe all children are - are blessings from God. And to allocate that rule to a doctor - to - to dispose of a life is uncomprehensible to me.
I've chosen never to go on welfare. I feel as though it is my responsibility to do what I can to provide for my children.
I have never thought of Angelina Jolie except the last time I saw one of her movies. I think that was years ago. It is so far away from the place I'm in right now to think of think of any celebrity.
I'm providing myself to my children. I'm loving them unconditionally, accepting them unconditionally.
I'm not living off of any taxpayer money. If I am - if it's food stamps, it's a temporary resource.
I do believe that children are all blessings from god. And I feel it's all positive, it's positive experience. You know, I don't like to dwell on any of the negative. And - a lot of people do.
What would possess a family where's there's a husband and wife to want 12 kids or 18 kids? That's just what they feel is meaningful to them. Their family. Expanding a family.
I went through about seven years of trying. And through artificial insemination. And through medication. And all of which was unsuccessful.
It's a very different bond, siblings and friends. And I just - I wanted that huge family, just to surround me, be surrounded by.
Reflecting back on my childhood, I know it wasn't functional. I was very unconditionally loved and accepted, I felt, by my father.
I am responsible. Yes, I have chosen to be single.
Are we defined by our choices? Our behavior? Our actions? No. I don't believe that defines our worth.
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