I have a million friends that are pregnant right now- I had a baby not to long ago and I couldn't register for my baby shower, idk why but I felt it was asking to much, that I would be greatful for anything I got, and I knew I could never have "too much" of one thing. In the end, my baby shower was amazing, all I said was that I didn't need any clothes 0-3 months and I recieved some outfits but mainly diapers, and bottles, and soaps, and wash clothes and towels and lots and lots of things I needed, and needed pleantly of. I was extreamly blessed for all that we recieved.
I have been looking over friends baby registries lately and was over welmed by not only the ammount of things they registered for, but the PRICES of things they registered for. No outfits, no bottles, no wash clothes...it was things like cribs, and high chairs and bedding, and lamps, and everything to make a nursery.
I couldnt help but feeling...idk...taken advantage of? Iguess I always felt that the "big wig" items were suppsed to be bought by parents..if you can't afford a crib, or carseats, or bedding maybe perhaps you shouldn't be having a baby yet?
on the other hand I feel stupid for feelings this way because the economy is horrible, and its hard for me to afford things for my son, so I know its got to be hard to buy everything for a new baby.
what do u think, greed, or helpful?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:44 PM on Jan. 8, 2011 in Pregnancy
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