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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by KingOfFools, Jan 23, 2015.
Here's the ones I did already...
I admit I adore the froggy print. These were for the bun that's still in the oven, who it's a mystery if it's a boy or girl. The other two already born have been girls.
On an off topic, what is it with everyone going "oh now they'll keep trying for a son they need to have another one"? I mean, the one born last week is a second daughter.
Look! You created life! Is that not amazing enough without "oh they have to try again they need a boy"
Girls are terribly under valued.
My neighbors have five girls.
I think they are great.
Boys are okay....
OH! and i really like the froggie print too. as a girl, I would have loved it.
I don't do girly well. I do not really love pink, and mauve is the color that they carpeted Hades with.
What lovely work you do! I absolutely adore the frog print!
Thank you not bad for my first attempt at baby blankets lol.
Those are very cute blankets! I am a froggie adorer too. It is really hard on the kids when they are expected to be a certain way or given certain limitations because of gender, either way. Having 4 boys, I was always asked if I wanted a girl. I would just look at them like they were nuts and say that I was blessed with four healthy kids, what more is there to ask for?
Now I have two granddaughters, go figure.
Some Ladies handle the 'Granny lust' well and some are a flat out pain in the *ss. good Luck with your MIL!!
I have 3 Dear daughters and after #2 came along did not want a boy! He would have cost a pile of money and time, different clothes, room and, machines.
Happy with what I got!!
Prostar I love the froggies too. In fact when I am in the fabric stores I can't resist the adorable stuff for babies and kids. I do not sew but the patterns are so cheerful and fun, they speak to the child in me..
Diva, there's just no fun growing up. Says I who had muppets, angry birds, transformers, you name it band aids when I was working as a legal assistant.
Got a paper cut lawyer of mine? Here, have a cars bandaid
When I go in for a blood test, I always ask the phlebotomist if I can have a (child) sticker. I pick the one that says "I passed my blood test." I also leave the bandaid/gauze on trying to get all the sympathy I can . Quite a step up from when I used to faint and scare them too death.