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    I actually really like the Duggars. I have no problem with the # of kids they have and I understand their reasoning in trusting God with it. I like what/how they teach their kids. I also like that they say their life isn't for everyone and still give their kids freedom to choose.
    I haven't seen the show in a long time (no cable, satellite, or Internet other than mobile). I did hear on the radio that on the last episode they went to a fertility clinic, I'm not sure about that. If they went to get help having another, I don't know how to feel about that. If they went to see how her body would handle another, I understand.
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    My UO is that I think its crazy that my BFFs mom wants her to have a Meet the Baby party.

     A little background. My BFF lives out of state and her sisters were hosting a baby shower for her scheduled for this weekend. BFF had her baby last week and he is in the NICU. The sisters are bringing the gifts to BFF and their mom is flipping out saying that its tacky and BFF should still come and have the party OR schedule a Meet the Baby party when he is released from NICU.

    Among their group this is an UO but I think LO should not be exposed to so many people after given the OK to go home.

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    I am generally a "germs are everywhere, relax" type of person but a NICU baby is a special circumstance. Give her the gifts, a break and time to get comfortable with her baby's health before pushing her to show him off.


    EXACTLY. Plus she is out of state from where her mother is so the mom wants her to be discharged from the hospital, drive 1/2 a day out of state, and have him passed around for a party. Crazy, just crazy.

     

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    Right now, my baby sleeps great at night and for her naps. I am scheduling around her naps and bed time. I'm not waking her up and having a cranky, tired, screaming baby. We do stuff after she wakes up in the morning and before her first nap at 10am. Then we'll do stuff after she wakes up from that nap and before her afternoon nap (between noon and 230-ish). It works fine for us and I'm not rocking that boat.

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    With my first, I scheduled around naps and bed time and now she is so high maintenance and can't adjust to situations when she's tired or unhappy. With DD2 I wake her when needed and she's so much more easy going and pleasant when she's tired. Coincidence? I'm not sure but this is my experience.

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    @redfallon‌ What if LO is taking a longer than normal nap and you have an appointment., would you reschedule last minute or wake the baby? I don't take issue with so much with planning around naps but when you ask others to reschedule and change plans because baby is still sleeping, that's where it seems crazy to me.

    The way that I schedule things they don't fall when her nap time is, so I haven't had to deal with that yet.

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    Stolen from Parenting but it was my UO and I forgot ;) : I think it's crazy when your whole life revolves around your child's nap schedule. If you have to be somewhere and baby is still napping, wake then up and go. They might be a bit more cranky, but you have to go places. They will be fine.

    Maybe this is so hard for me to understand because between the the kids, someone is always cranky even if they get full naps.

    Desmond won't sleep hardly at all during the night if I don't keep him on a nap schedule. If I have to go places I wait until it is time for his nap and then put him in the car. He always falls asleep in the car. That way he gets his nap and stays on schedule, and I get stuff done. =)
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    With one baby it is realistic to schedule things around nap time, with 2+ kids, it's not.  DD1 naps from 9-11 and 2-4. DD1 naps from 1-4. We would barely leave the house if I let both kids nap and never woke them. And this is a loose schedule, sometimes I don't even get that 11-1 window.

    Now that I have 2 kids, I wish I appreciated how easy one kid was (for me).  But being a nervous FTM, who didn't know anything I didn't get to enjoy my one kid as much as I could  have looking back on it.  I'm sure ppl with 3 kids, say the same thing about having two kids!

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    I think it's weird and gross when people fart in front of other people. DH and I don't fart around each other. Nor do we discuss having to poop. He knows that if I'm in the bathroom and the waters on or the doors locked that he doesn't enter. And vice versa.

    I will however pee if he's in the shower
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    I've never tried almond milk but all this talk about cows milk vs breastmilk is making me want to go buy some.. I read somewhere that there is traces of blood and puss in cows milk. I agree breastmilk is probably more pure.. I still don't like the thought of drinking it though.

    My UO is that I think the "man crush Monday" "woman crush Wednesday" "throwback Thursday" etc photo fads are absolutely annoying.
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    @Burrberrymum‌ I agree with you, those photo fads are super annoying! Not a UO in my eyes!!
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    I've never tried almond milk but all this talk about cows milk vs breastmilk is making me want to go buy some.. I read somewhere that there is traces of blood and puss in cows milk. I agree breastmilk is probably more pure.. I still don't like the thought of drinking it though.

    My UO is that I think the "man crush Monday" "woman crush Wednesday" "throwback Thursday" etc photo fads are absolutely annoying.

    Almond milk is the shit, I love the Earths Own brand. I never drink cows milk anymore. So I guess my UO is that I hate cows milk.

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    Yeah, I guess my other UO is that I don't even like cow's milk (unless it's in hot chocolate) so I have no interest in trying my own breast milk. I asked my husband and he wasn't interested either. I don't think you always need a logical reason to not do something.
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    On a total different topic I thought of something else that seems to be a UO around here and it's fruit in salad... YUCK. I can't even bring myself to put raspberry dressing on salad.. Let alone strawberries and oranges.
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    @redfallon‌ What if LO is taking a longer than normal nap and you have an appointment., would you reschedule last minute or wake the baby? I don't take issue with so much with planning around naps but when you ask others to reschedule and change plans because baby is still sleeping, that's where it seems crazy to me.
    I just wanted to chime in on this discussion. I am also in the camp that I absolutely work around DD's naps. I firmly believe that she needs her sleep to thrive and develop and that by waking her up I am doing her a disservice. If its a playdate / just meeting someone I will text/call them and tell them baby is sleeping and I will be late. Whenever I make plans with someone I always put in the caveat that all depends on DD naps and I might be late. So far all my friends have been understanding and never had any problems with anyone. If its an appt like dr's or something where I can't be late without loosing the appt depends on how difficult it is to reschedule. If its not an absolute must I will reschedule. Most of the time though for appts that cant be missed I will leave the house early and either walk with her around the place I have an appt with while she sleeps or sit in the car with her on parking lot while she sleeps. The whole idea for me is to put her to sleep so I don't have to wake her. If it means leaving house early for me and chilling in the parking lot so be it. I have woken her up only a handful of times in her 8 months of life :)
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    My UO is I don't care for honeymoon registries. When I get a shower invite with this listed I can't help but roll my eyes. I just don't personally want to pay $50 for you and your hubby to have chocolate covered strawberries on arrival, sorry. Its not even the thought of contributing to the honeymoon that bothers me as much as getting an invitation where this is the EXPECTED gift. I have actually contributed for a honeymoon excursion when I was in a wedding before with the rest of the bridal party. I just don't love that this is becoming the new trend.
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    And three cheers for almond milk. So happy target carries it- it's much cheaper there.
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    I have friends in the dairy industry. You guys don't want to know how much shit gets into cow milk. For reals.  Cows have chronic diarrhea because they're grain fed and their stomachs can't handle it.

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    dhaueisen said:
    This seems to be an UO around here, but I really don't mind that every time I am out in public with DD, strangers are constantly coming over to admire her and talk to her. I think DD is adorable and I don't mind that people can't resist coming over to tell me how beautiful she is.
    I don't mind people coming over to admire or talk to LO. What I do have a problem with is the touching, disturbing her when sleeping bc they want to see an awake baby, or trying to hold her.

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    @drey1028 said:
    I finally have one!! It's been awhile. I prefer to balance and keep track of my checking account by hand. When I was single I used a large grid book to track it ( not the tiny register they give you). I find this much easier because if I had a big bill coming up later on, I could just subtract how ever much I wanted to put towards that off my balance and then I couldn't see it to spend it. I knew exactly how much spending money I had. Like if I had a friends wedding coming up i would just automatically subtract 50 off my balance each time I got paid or whatever so that I didn't accidentally spend it. With the new house and the baby I really want to do this again but husband thinks it's crazy. I don't like looking at the bank and then having to say well some of that's for this bill and that bill, and I have a check that's not cashed for this amount..... Etx
    That's how you should do your check book. An online statement does not account for any outstanding checks or anything else that the bank hasn't received yet. It's nice to be able to see your statement online sooner than getting one in the mail, but you should still keep a checkbook register of all your expenses (checks, debit card purchases, ATM withdrawals), subtract them from your personal register, and then reconcile them when they appear as cleared the bank and is on your statement.

    I used to work for a bank for over 10 years and that was #1 pet peeve is people expecting the bank to keep up with everything and not having any responsibility for purchases and then not understanding why they got an overdraft fee - it's because you spent money you didn't have.

    You were doing it the right way! I use clearcheckbook.com to keep my personal register.

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    I'm not sure how you all feel on this but my UO right now is that I can't stand how people do not want children at their wedding (as long as it's not a night wedding and the parents are respectful to leave if children become upset). I'm currently facing this situation and maybe that's why it's bothering me...
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    @olga1311  I think that's horribly rude to reschedule a doctor's appointment last minute because you won't wake your kid up.  Other people have lives as well and you shouldn't expect them to work around your child.  Honestly, if a friend told me on a regular basis that they would be late because their child was sleeping, I would question whether it was worth my time to remain friends with them. 

    I understand your point. However thankfully almost all my friends are moms with babies and this is a norm in my group. A lot of times it's a group of us meeting and someone is always late which is normal. I don't expect my friends to be able to plan by the minute with young baby. Besides if we are meeting up at sbux it really doesn't matter if one out of five girls shows up 30 mins late. Our plans are always worded "let's meet at 2pm but I will text you once she wakes up and know when I can leave the house". Works for everyone in our group .
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    @olga1311  I think that's horribly rude to reschedule a doctor's appointment last minute because you won't wake your kid up.  Other people have lives as well and you shouldn't expect them to work around your child.  Honestly, if a friend told me on a regular basis that they would be late because their child was sleeping, I would question whether it was worth my time to remain friends with them. 

    Also wanted to say that I respect your opinion! I understand some consider this rude and honestly I don't make anyone be friends with me. This is my life now where I consider my child's sleep to be more important then being on time every time so if someone is not ok with it they don't have to hang out with me.

    The way I usually get around it with childless friends who Are more sensitive to me being late is I invite them over we hang out and once the baby is awake we drive/go wherever we planned on. Most are ok with this solution.

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    @twolittlewheels‌ I have never seen any of that or seen that they promote that. I do not agree with it. I'm trying to do my research now. Let me rephrase, I understand why they stopped BC to begin with and the things I saw and read before. I may need to look into this all some more.
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    I don't like when people take pictures of loved ones graves or pose for pictures near the stone. I have a few fb "friends" that do it. I find it morbid.
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    MegStark said:

    My UO - I think cleaning the house counts as "me time". Is that weird? 

    Not at all. I am currently nursing LO before her nap and can't wait to go to the basement and do me some spring cleaning.
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    I don't like the word "lunch." It's a funny word.

    Also, I really like FFFC and I think we should do a FFMC or FFTC or something.

    I hate the word moist.

    I'm going to stop reading this UO because I love cows milk and don't want to think about anything gross in it (I know, I know- immature.)





    LOL @ the word moist. DH read something to me from online somewhere stating that the word moist was the number one word everyone hates. I found the link.

    https://thoughtcatalog.com/nico-lang/2013/09/moist-and-28-other-gross-sounding-english-words-that-everyone-hates/

    This reminds me of HIMYM

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    I'm not sure how you all feel on this but my UO right now is that I can't stand how people do not want children at their wedding (as long as it's not a night wedding and the parents are respectful to leave if children become upset). I'm currently facing this situation and maybe that's why it's bothering me...

    Kids were invited to my wedding but I really think this is something that should be up to the bride. In some situations, inviting all kids of friends and family would mean that LOs would outnumber adults and seriously change the tone of the party. An invitation is not a summons, so if childcare is not an option, I think it is much more polite to just decline altogether than to wheedle an invite for your child. A bride who says "no kids" should be prepared that this might be a deal-breaker for some of her guests. It really is a day for the bride and her family - guests don't have to go, but their convenience is not the priority. I feel the same way about "plus ones" - headcounts at weddings are expensive. But really any time you're invited to something that someone else is completely planning and paying for, you go with the host's terms and don't try to change them - or don't go at all.
    How bout this one...I invited a friend and her boyfriend to my wedding and she shows up with some rando guy that I've never met before and explains to me that BF couldn't make it. WELL, if BF can't make it, you go stag- or ask the bride if you can sub in a random date. I might be alone on this, but I thought that was incredibly rude to do. It makes me mad just thinking back on it.

    My UO is that I can't stand people who still buy their pets from a pet shop or a breeder. Go to your local shelter and save an animal that's in need of a good home.
    Honestly I don't see the big deal. She probably found out last minute and at that point you are already paying for her BF's meal so might as well not have it go to waste. At least that's what I would think. Personally I wouldn't care. I'd be happy that she has someone to go with as opposed being alone at the wedding

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    olga1311 said:

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    lilqt3929 said:

    I'm not sure how you all feel on this but my UO right now is that I can't stand how people do not want children at their wedding (as long as it's not a night wedding and the parents are respectful to leave if children become upset). I'm currently facing this situation and maybe that's why it's bothering me...

    Kids were invited to my wedding but I really think this is something that should be up to the bride. In some situations, inviting all kids of friends and family would mean that LOs would outnumber adults and seriously change the tone of the party. An invitation is not a summons, so if childcare is not an option, I think it is much more polite to just decline altogether than to wheedle an invite for your child. A bride who says "no kids" should be prepared that this might be a deal-breaker for some of her guests. It really is a day for the bride and her family - guests don't have to go, but their convenience is not the priority. I feel the same way about "plus ones" - headcounts at weddings are expensive. But really any time you're invited to something that someone else is completely planning and paying for, you go with the host's terms and don't try to change them - or don't go at all.
    How bout this one...I invited a friend and her boyfriend to my wedding and she shows up with some rando guy that I've never met before and explains to me that BF couldn't make it. WELL, if BF can't make it, you go stag- or ask the bride if you can sub in a random date. I might be alone on this, but I thought that was incredibly rude to do. It makes me mad just thinking back on it.

    My UO is that I can't stand people who still buy their pets from a pet shop or a breeder. Go to your local shelter and save an animal that's in need of a good home.
    Honestly I don't see the big deal. She probably found out last minute and at that point you are already paying for her BF's meal so might as well not have it go to waste. At least that's what I would think. Personally I wouldn't care. I'd be happy that she has someone to go with as opposed being alone at the wedding

    Ok, but tell the bride, it's common courtesy. If you have time to arrange for someone else to be your date, than you have tine to tell the bride that your SO isn't going to make it. We paid $100 dollars per meal. It's a lot of damn money for me to pay for some stranger. Nope, nope, nope.
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    olga1311 said:

    AbbyMMM said:

    lilqt3929 said:

    I'm not sure how you all feel on this but my UO right now is that I can't stand how people do not want children at their wedding (as long as it's not a night wedding and the parents are respectful to leave if children become upset). I'm currently facing this situation and maybe that's why it's bothering me...

    Kids were invited to my wedding but I really think this is something that should be up to the bride. In some situations, inviting all kids of friends and family would mean that LOs would outnumber adults and seriously change the tone of the party. An invitation is not a summons, so if childcare is not an option, I think it is much more polite to just decline altogether than to wheedle an invite for your child. A bride who says "no kids" should be prepared that this might be a deal-breaker for some of her guests. It really is a day for the bride and her family - guests don't have to go, but their convenience is not the priority. I feel the same way about "plus ones" - headcounts at weddings are expensive. But really any time you're invited to something that someone else is completely planning and paying for, you go with the host's terms and don't try to change them - or don't go at all.
    How bout this one...I invited a friend and her boyfriend to my wedding and she shows up with some rando guy that I've never met before and explains to me that BF couldn't make it. WELL, if BF can't make it, you go stag- or ask the bride if you can sub in a random date. I might be alone on this, but I thought that was incredibly rude to do. It makes me mad just thinking back on it.

    My UO is that I can't stand people who still buy their pets from a pet shop or a breeder. Go to your local shelter and save an animal that's in need of a good home.
    Honestly I don't see the big deal. She probably found out last minute and at that point you are already paying for her BF's meal so might as well not have it go to waste. At least that's what I would think. Personally I wouldn't care. I'd be happy that she has someone to go with as opposed being alone at the wedding

    Ok, but tell the bride, it's common courtesy. If you have time to arrange for someone else to be your date, than you have tine to tell the bride that your SO isn't going to make it. We paid $100 dollars per meal. It's a lot of damn money for me to pay for some stranger. Nope, nope, nope.
    I see your point about her telling you. I just mean that you can't get a refund from caterer if her plus 1 doesn't show up and she shows up alone. So that money is already spent if she comes alone or brings a friend. It is common curtesy to let the bride know though, for sure

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    olga1311 said:

    AbbyMMM said:

    lilqt3929 said:

    I'm not sure how you all feel on this but my UO right now is that I can't stand how people do not want children at their wedding (as long as it's not a night wedding and the parents are respectful to leave if children become upset). I'm currently facing this situation and maybe that's why it's bothering me...

    Kids were invited to my wedding but I really think this is something that should be up to the bride. In some situations, inviting all kids of friends and family would mean that LOs would outnumber adults and seriously change the tone of the party. An invitation is not a summons, so if childcare is not an option, I think it is much more polite to just decline altogether than to wheedle an invite for your child. A bride who says "no kids" should be prepared that this might be a deal-breaker for some of her guests. It really is a day for the bride and her family - guests don't have to go, but their convenience is not the priority. I feel the same way about "plus ones" - headcounts at weddings are expensive. But really any time you're invited to something that someone else is completely planning and paying for, you go with the host's terms and don't try to change them - or don't go at all.
    How bout this one...I invited a friend and her boyfriend to my wedding and she shows up with some rando guy that I've never met before and explains to me that BF couldn't make it. WELL, if BF can't make it, you go stag- or ask the bride if you can sub in a random date. I might be alone on this, but I thought that was incredibly rude to do. It makes me mad just thinking back on it.

    My UO is that I can't stand people who still buy their pets from a pet shop or a breeder. Go to your local shelter and save an animal that's in need of a good home.
    Honestly I don't see the big deal. She probably found out last minute and at that point you are already paying for her BF's meal so might as well not have it go to waste. At least that's what I would think. Personally I wouldn't care. I'd be happy that she has someone to go with as opposed being alone at the wedding

    Ok, but tell the bride, it's common courtesy. If you have time to arrange for someone else to be your date, than you have tine to tell the bride that your SO isn't going to make it. We paid $100 dollars per meal. It's a lot of damn money for me to pay for some stranger. Nope, nope, nope.
    Was the meal already paid for regardless if it went to the garbage at the end of the night? I haven't been to many weddings, 3 total and have not had my own wedding so it's hard to say how I would feel but I hate hate hate wasting food, if it's paid for and someone can eat it isn't that better then leftovers being tossed out?

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    AbbyMMM said:

    olga1311 said:

    AbbyMMM said:

    lilqt3929 said:

    I'm not sure how you all feel on this but my UO right now is that I can't stand how people do not want children at their wedding (as long as it's not a night wedding and the parents are respectful to leave if children become upset). I'm currently facing this situation and maybe that's why it's bothering me...

    Kids were invited to my wedding but I really think this is something that should be up to the bride. In some situations, inviting all kids of friends and family would mean that LOs would outnumber adults and seriously change the tone of the party. An invitation is not a summons, so if childcare is not an option, I think it is much more polite to just decline altogether than to wheedle an invite for your child. A bride who says "no kids" should be prepared that this might be a deal-breaker for some of her guests. It really is a day for the bride and her family - guests don't have to go, but their convenience is not the priority. I feel the same way about "plus ones" - headcounts at weddings are expensive. But really any time you're invited to something that someone else is completely planning and paying for, you go with the host's terms and don't try to change them - or don't go at all.
    How bout this one...I invited a friend and her boyfriend to my wedding and she shows up with some rando guy that I've never met before and explains to me that BF couldn't make it. WELL, if BF can't make it, you go stag- or ask the bride if you can sub in a random date. I might be alone on this, but I thought that was incredibly rude to do. It makes me mad just thinking back on it.

    My UO is that I can't stand people who still buy their pets from a pet shop or a breeder. Go to your local shelter and save an animal that's in need of a good home.
    Honestly I don't see the big deal. She probably found out last minute and at that point you are already paying for her BF's meal so might as well not have it go to waste. At least that's what I would think. Personally I wouldn't care. I'd be happy that she has someone to go with as opposed being alone at the wedding

    Ok, but tell the bride, it's common courtesy. If you have time to arrange for someone else to be your date, than you have tine to tell the bride that your SO isn't going to make it. We paid $100 dollars per meal. It's a lot of damn money for me to pay for some stranger. Nope, nope, nope.
    Also, brides and their families put months of thought into a guestlist. Unless they actually say "plus one" - no one is entitled to a random date. It is so rude to assume so. The friend would not be "alone at the wedding." She would presumably be surrounded by close friends, hence the invite. If she would feel "alone" at the wedding, she shouldn't go.
    I just wanted to point out that not always one knows other guests at the wedding. I have been to weddings where I only knew the bride and her parents because my connection to her was through something only we did ( gym class in this case) . And if I didn't come with DH I would be utterly alone there. I do agree the friend should have let the bride know but still even as a bride it wouldn't have been a big deal to me.
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    MegStark said:

    My UO - I think cleaning the house counts as "me time". Is that weird? 

    Not weird at all! Sometimes I just want to do my dishes by hand and my SO tells me not to and to just take care of LO and he'll get to it. It sometimes ends up in an argument because he doesn't understand that I don't get me time and reflecting on things while I do dishes etc is actually quite therapeutic.

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    @Burrberrymum‌ Too big if a quote tree- but no. At our venue, they took the meal counts from us the day before the wedding. It was the last shot to make changes. It could have been money spent on other things, like strawberries and champagne upon arrival at our honeymoon. ;)
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    @susanb887‌ I usually only attend events like this if they are for close family as well. In this particular situation it is DH's only cousin on his Mother's side of the family. We want to go and support him but I'm not sure we can both attend with LO not invited (we're assuming this since she wasn't included on the envelope). She is EBF and won't take a bottle, the wedding is at 10am, and the only 2 people we are comfortable enough to babysit her will be out of town...oh well, I guess it'll be a mommy and daughter day!
    I personally loved having my 1 year old and 5 year old nieces at my baby shower, they were so cute and everyone loved them. I don't think it would have been the same without them there!
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    Noooooooooooooooo!!! Ewwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!

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