I was never baptised, no. My mom is a JW. She was converted by my aunt, who strangely enough is one of the most arrogant and condescending people I've ever met. My dad isn't one. My mom converted after they were married. I never told my dad this but I resent him for allowing my mother to raise us in that cult. I think he's figured it out because I sort of make snide remarks about it... like he mentioned a birthday cake in the house, and I said something about how that would be a first, and mentioned "I've never had one because I was raised in a cult."
A few years back I kind of got him too, because it was around this time and the radio was playing Christmas music and it was pissing me off(as always - I hate Christmas). I commented on how I was sick of hearing it. He made a comment about how he thought it was nice. I asked him "So what did you get me this year?" He got really quiet.
I can't talk to my mom about it much though; my dad forbade me from trying to debunk her faith. He feels that proving to her it's all a big joke would hurt her and he doesn't want to see her hurt. I guess he didn't care that it hurt us.
My sister says she's over it. She actually gets mad if I mention that it hurt me. She thinks I should just grow up and shut up about it. My brother on the other hand committed suicide a few years ago. Seems that is a very JW thing, as a friend of my moms, also a JW, killed himself in the last month. My brother was not a JW when he did it, but he was raised as one. Not sure how much it influenced his actions, because he had a lot of problems anyway. I'm not going to sit and say that being raised as one of them caused all his problems. I don't know the extent to which it did.
Guess I'll get to other things as they're mentioned. I'm surprised at the quick replies; thanks.