My family and I converted to Catholicism about two years ago. For two of my children, we already had Catholic godparents. So we simply called them to verify they were "officially Catholic" (my word- smile) and moved forward.
So in speaking with one child's Godmother recently, she mentioned how she never was confirmed (raised by a single mom who she said couldn't get them to the classes and it never got done). Her husband, who I have known for years, IS confirmed, but now I am wondering if my child's baptism is invalid? I know that one of my sponsors (I did a Profession of Faith since I was already baptized in a recognized way) is Catholic and the other is not, but as a married couple, this was okay. Is it the same with my daughter? I did some research and found that to be a Godparent, one must be baptized, but not sure if it matters that the Godmother really didn't meet the qualifications like she led me to believe. (Long story, but some other things that came up kind of make me think she knew when I asked that she wasn't "official" enough to be a godparent.)