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As if driving over an hour to come see us wasn't enough, my best friend felt the need to bring Meg and I a present. I hate surprises, so I made Meg open the box...

She made a onesie for our baby!!

Jealous?!?! Don't be...I'll hook you up. (she has other designs too!)

She's seriously amazing...wait until you see the mural she's going to paint in the nursery!!!


  1. I think Doctor's offices should give these out to same sex couples after they find out they're pregnant!!!

  2. AHHHHH I LOVE IT!!! yeh SO GREAT I think looks better in the photo. lol Oh man that would be awesome I guess I should get my butt in gear. I think drs offices should give them out. Duh! Two mommies are twice as fun! Jen I can't thank you and Megan and my little niece or nephew enough. seriously thank you! I will have you post the link when I get it up and running.

  3. lol, why are you thanking us??? You better get that site up and running're going to be on backorder with the interest I'm going to generate!!!

  4. Oh my god, that is the cutest onesie ever!!

  5. We want one but refuse to buy anything till we are 12 weeks for fear of jinxing ourselves!!! Save us one though!!

    Tommie and Natalie

  6. I want one!!!! It is sooo cute!!! lol

  7. If you're interested you can email her at!!


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