I have to vent to some one.
Amen, sister. I hate those things.
Wow. I am speechless.
HA! That is too funny. It pretty much only bothers me when the flower is bigger than the baby's head. (You know what is funny too - I once did a post where I totally made fun of someone else's kid (teeny beauty pagent queens - I'm talking like 5 yrs. old) and somehow one of the mothers found my blog (google maybe?) and sent me an email threating me to take down her baby's picture ASAP, blah blah. I had to laugh...hope no baby flower mama's email you anytime soon).
Don't look at pictures on my blog.LOL, actually, a lady said to me the other day, "Cute! But that flower is tooo big!" Lily is 3 though, so it wasn't that huge.... para.You blame Anne, I blame Utah. You don't see them out here.
Oh, I agree with Melissa! I only know Utah girls who have bows that big on their babies. In fact, the only places I know that sell them are in Utah. They just don't make them that big here in Atlanta, and as a general rule, everything's bigger in the South.
I'm anti things-that-give-babies-headaches.(except maybe for pictures, but even then, in moderation)I imagine the wide bands are better than the little narrow things people used to put on their babies. I don't have any girls, so maybe I shouldn't comment.
HAAAA! At first glance I thought "oh no she didn't" and then I looked closer and realized it was not Sammy. Those headbands baffle me. Are they for reals?
How absolutely hideous.
So which one of these is your baby?-Della
Reason #27 never to go to Utah! haha. Seriously, I've never seen a baby wear these on the east coast. I think the parents would go to jail if that happened, haha. I thought only that picture lady had access to those flower things.
Found your blog today, love it! Had so much fun and many good laughs reading your BYU entries. Can't wait until next football season.
Ha ha. EVERYONE has those things in Utah. What's the deal?
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