Quiverfull ideology states that older daughters learn the skills they will need to be a mother by practicing on their younger siblings. By essentially “raising” a handful of children while in high school, older quiverfull daughters prepare themselves for their own roles as mothers. A growing number of articles by women who grew up as older daughters in quiverfull families is challenging this idea.
Preparing for Marriage and Kids, by Lisa
The Fun Mom, by Melissa
Diapers, Crowd Control, Parenting, and Me, by Libby Anne