Singularity;1058159595]Nice try. Definitions of words do not change based on perspective. But let's put this to the test and take the very word that seems to be giving you the most trouble in this thread - irrational.

The definition of irrational (

irrational definition | Dictionary.com)

1. without the faculty of reason; deprived of reason.

2. without or deprived of normal mental clarity or sound judgment.

3. not in accordance with reason; utterly illogical: irrational arguments.

4. not endowed with the faculty of reason: irrational animals.

5. Mathematics. a. (of a number) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two integers.

b. (of a function) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two polynomials.

6. Algebra. (of an equation) having an unknown under a radical sign or, alternately, with a fractional exponent.

7. Greek and Latin Prosody. a. of or pertaining to a substitution in the normal metrical pattern, esp. a long syllable for a short one.

b. noting a foot or meter containing such a substitution.

__1. The definition of irrational from the perspective of those who do not have children: __
1. without the faculty of reason; deprived of reason.

2. without or deprived of normal mental clarity or sound judgment.

3. not in accordance with reason; utterly illogical: irrational arguments.

4. not endowed with the faculty of reason: irrational animals.

5. Mathematics. a. (of a number) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two integers.

b. (of a function) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two polynomials.

6. Algebra. (of an equation) having an unknown under a radical sign or, alternately, with a fractional exponent.

7. Greek and Latin Prosody. a. of or pertaining to a substitution in the normal metrical pattern, esp. a long syllable for a short one.

b. noting a foot or meter containing such a substitution.

__2. The definition of irrational from the perspective of who do have children:__
1. without the faculty of reason; deprived of reason.

2. without or deprived of normal mental clarity or sound judgment.

3. not in accordance with reason; utterly illogical: irrational arguments.

4. not endowed with the faculty of reason: irrational animals.

5. Mathematics. a. (of a number) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two integers.

b. (of a function) not capable of being expressed exactly as a ratio of two polynomials.

6. Algebra. (of an equation) having an unknown under a radical sign or, alternately, with a fractional exponent.

7. Greek and Latin Prosody. a. of or pertaining to a substitution in the normal metrical pattern, esp. a long syllable for a short one.

b. noting a foot or meter containing such a substitution.

**Conclusion: The definition is unchanged regardless of how many children one has**
So, about that perspective issue...the definitions still look the same to me. How about you?