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I don't like the looks of the other ones
for approx. £150
are only about £90 I think. But a baby won't be able to go in it until it's a proper big Babby, like maybe 5 months.
I have no idea. that's a lot of money. is it for your friend or the baby? Male or female ?(your friend.)
My friend is male, and his gf is female. Their child will be a male.
I wanted to buy them a night in a hotel somewhere nice so they can get away from the screaming little child at some point in the next 6 months but that's apparently "a bad idea" because "she won't want to leave the baby".
Whereas they think this:
With the remaining money inside would be a better gift.
Or one of those pretend 3-tiered cakes with Johnson's baby wash and loads of other bullshit gifts on it.
£150 worth of nappies
My sister had the baby out for lunch when she was 4 days old and she did her first overnighter sans parents when she was weeks old. I think tiny babies are actually easier to be left as they literally just feed and shit and sleep.
As they get a bit older an become more aware of who is mummy and who isn't it can be a bit harder if anythgin. And some kids are clingy and come aren't. I think that, even though your friend's gf is posisbly overworrying, you need to respect her decision.
My friends who are celtic fans had a baby and I got them shares (it was actually a debenture) in his name, which is an investment and also comes woith a certificate. that only works if your football club isn't privately owned though. And it's a bit tacky (which doesn't bother me but bothers some folk.)
it's my dickhead mates from back home who'd rather hand them a meaningless wad of cash and a shit card with fake signatures on them. Cunts.
because fucking hell.
buy the kid a pair of doc martins. they last for ages
i'm sucking on a mint. sugarfree, thanks for asking
might jump ship before it's too late
Wasn't sacked or anything, just tidying up really.
a simple swap in the position of the desk and the wardrobe and a strategically placed lamp has made my room feel about 50% more spacious. why didn't i do this ages ago?!?! it has produced quite a disproportionate sense of achievement and general contentment