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Posted by Pip (U2800217) on Thursday, 20th December 2012
...is a brilliant bouncing baby boy*, who will loathe pink, and frills, and cut a swathe of destruction through any and every cuddly toy in Borsetshire. A kind of William Brown meets Darth Vader, with the IQ of Dr Sheldon Cooper for good measure.
Imagine Vicky dealing with mud, rugby injuries, fetidness and horror in all the various forms immature males can devise ("Australian toddler hatches deadly snakes in cupboard" for example)!
I'd listen to that - unlike yet more dewy twitterings about shopping sprees for nursery nick-nacks, mobiles and christening gowns.
*I've seen a pregnancy scan proved completely wrong in every respect like this, btw.
Posted by Sixties Relic SAVE ML (U13777237) on Thursday, 20th December 2012
What a brilliant idea.
Posted by Skyebird (U14198692) on Thursday, 20th December 2012
Ah! But just think how much fun she would have redecorating and replacing everything in blue.
Posted by Lardycake (U15279054) on Thursday, 20th December 2012
Who's to say her daughter might not "loathe pink, and frills, cut a swathe of destruction through any and every cuddly toy in Borsetshire ... and hatch deadly snakes in cupboard". If only!
Posted by annarina (U4017189) on Thursday, 20th December 2012
I don't think what the baby likes/loathes [whatever its gender] is likely to have anyting to do with it. This is all about the fantasy world Vicky is in. If its a boy he'll just have to get used to playing rugby in pink ribbons and frills. . . . .
Posted by Chris Ghoti (U10794176) on Thursday, 20th December 2012
One girl was called Jean Marie
Another little girl was called Felicity
Another little girl was Sally Joy
The other was me ...
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