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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Bible

I kid you not, if I ever get knocked up (Please God, no!) and birth a daughter, then someone tries to gift me with a garter with a bird's nest size worth of grosgrain ribbon atop of it, I SWEAR upon all that is Holy and righteous that I will immediately throw it away after spitting upon it. Nothing, I repeat NOTHING is more God-awful than grapefruit sized headgear for infants who cannot defend themselves! Except maybe jeggins. For those of you who think it is 'cute', just go ahead and accept that you have deplorable taste. (Steps off soapbox).

6 comments:

Lydia & GT said...

I might be a little guilty. My mom tried to get me to put huge bows and flowers on Audrie at like 3 weeks old. I was against it and used size appropriate bows. Until about 6 months, and I do put large bows on Audrie at times. I just cant help it. However, I continue to think it is ridiculous for moms to put huge bows and flowers on teeny tiny babies... for photo shoot purposes that is ok...not for going to target and doing daily activities.

I think you should get knocked up one day. And have a girl. It will change you and your whole entire outlook on life, in a good way! It is sooooo much fun!

Glorioso said...

Under NO circumstances are those 'bow' things okay! Seriously.

Some people were born to breed, and some people weren't. There are so many things that I want to do with my life and having a baby isn't one of them... and I'm okay with that. I wish others were.

misti said...

Kate, your blog never ceases to make me snort diet dr. pepper as I read!

Kristen said...

You'll be eating you words someday...it happened to me. I think Caroline's pictures prove that...well her bows aren't that big. Although there is one that you compared to a wig...

Kate said...

I mean really, Misti! This is one of those things that children will blame their psychological issues on later in life. Much like I do with stirrup pants, banana clips and Eastman shoes.

Kristen - you and I both know that I would rather have a root canal every day for the rest of my life than to raise/bear children.

misti said...

EASTMANS!! You had to wear them with girbauds.

Yep...I think I can blame some stuff on those.