I few weeks ago I had a wall hanging cut for Baby B.
And before we go any farther, I'm tired of all this Baby B, Baby A, Baby K crap--they have names, you know! But, I'm not comfortable using their real names on here, and fortunately for you I can never call anyone by their given name and their given name only, so I'll take their nicknames and change them into that. So:
Baby B = Brady
Baby A = Boo
Baby K = Cabbage (...she looks like a cabbage patch doll)
Anyway, moving on...I ordered this thing for Brady. It's basically two thick foam boards and her name is cut out of the top one to be able to replace it with pictures. And I did the pictures on Sunday. Please witness three of the letters:
Those were the younger months--2 days old, 3 months old, 4 months old. It's, obviously, chronological. I put the pins in the corners (NOT as easy as it sounds) and will get a ribbon to hang it from here shortly.
My child will be ridiculously spoiled, and will wear those stupid crocheted hats with the huge flowers on them and the pretty Etsy bowclips and all of that jazz. It's inevitable. And his/her room will be awesome. Sorry, kid. I always said my kid will be the best dressed geek in the neighborhood, and it's so true.
You have to understand that my
Baby goes with me on Halloween at 22 months.
What I did on Christmas at 24 months.
What I should not have been doing with a real baby at 5 years.
And it goes on...
..see the problem? I do. It's no different now, except now they are real babies and I have to change their diapers.
My kids already have names (and I warn you, I like uncommon kids names such as Chandler for a girl, July, December or Deci, Leena, Lyric, Irelyn, for girls but more common ones for boys like Lucas and Liam), I already know exactly how the nursery will be set up, and they already have 8 pairs of shoes. That's right...eight pairs of shoes.
And yes, I can count, and I know that's only 7 pairs, but the only pair is in another box with a matching blanket and I was too lazy to dig it out.
However, I'm currently trying very hard to develop a love of 4-7 year olds. So far, no dice.