I am watching "Yours, Mine and Ours". The original with Lucille Ball. Made in 1968.
What a sweet film.
18 children!! and pregnant? Can you imagine the chaos?
They went to the grocery store and got four overflowing grocery carts for $126! I wish I could do that today.
I loved the line "It isn't going to bed with a man that is love. It's getting up in the morning with him and facing everyday life together that matters!" Of course I paraphrased.
I love older movies.