"Would you be willing to do another translation for me? This time I am looking at the Drouin record of Vital Demers born 1818. St-Philippe -Laprairie - 1819-1823. Again, I am looking for the parents names."
The first record you want to look for is the marriage record, not the baptism. You confirm the names of the parents in the marriage record first.http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=...
20 Jul 1840, St-Isidore (Laprairie).
Both parties were of age
His parents: Pierre Demers and (deceased) Josephte Boudeau
Her parents: Alexis Moquin and Marie Ste Marie
Now his bap record:
>>Vital Demers born 1818. St-Philippe -Laprairie - 1819-1823<<
Why would a record for someone born in 1818 be in the registers from 1819-1823?
I looked at the record in that register, it's not for the Vital Demers you're researching. This is why you always research the marriage first.
This is the correct bap record: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=...
Language should not be the barrier to research French Canadian genealogy. It requires a very limited vocabulary that can be learned in short course.
You might find this worth the time: https://www.familysearch.org/learningcenter/results.html?fq=...
. There is a good deal of resource to learn how to research on familysearch.org. It's all free, all you need to do is spend the time.