Just curious as to what the "rules" are in this situation. My sister-in-law (41) just found out she's pregnant (surprise!) with her boyfriend of a year.
Her daughters are 15 years old and 11 years old - she is divorced from their father.
So, what are the rules when it comes to "showering" her and this new baby? She obviously has NOTHING for a baby anymore since it's been over a decade since she had an infant.
For the record, I'm not saying I think she should have one or not, but someone asked me if she WAS going to have one, and I honestly don't know. Is it innappropriate for someone to give her a small shower and call it a "sprinkle"? Or is it okay at this point since it's been so long? Is the whole thing, no matter how you do it just tacky since she already had a shower for her first child 15 years ago?
ETA: I know that this doesn't change if someone thinks it's tacky or not to have a "sprinkle" for her, but she does not have a lot of money. At all. So if friends/family were going to do something for her, it would fill a HUGE need.