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January 12, 2010


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go for the dresses - it's a memory and a gift wrapped up in one! who wouldn't love the chance to go in a store and pick out any dress they like!? (that isn't too lacy or racy of course...)

KISS (The Band)

Hey, what's with the musical instrument veto thing? NO FAIR!

Mo aka Maureen aka Grandmother aka Mum

I love it, Tess! You are priceless and yes, take them to Stanley or whereever and let them pick one out - they will nearly die with the thrill/angst/ hopes/dreams/drama/
"Sela-do-like-my-choice?"/"Ohhhhh, I don't know.... Mummy, what do you think". It will be such an adventure for them. Maybe some GORGEOUS shoes to go with the choice?.... as long as they are not suggestive, racy, too this or that?

Love, M xox


I agree... go with the dresses! ...and then please blog about the shopping trip so we can all enjoy along with the girlie whirlies!

Auntie Pammie

I am rooting for the hamster and turtle,,,, sorry Tess. xo


Dresses! Tell them they can pick out three favorites and you get to make the final pick.

Not sure if it will work for you, but it worked for me many years ago.


Oh, definitely dresses. What little girls wouldn't love a shopping day devoted solely to them, with their Mummy? I'm all grown up and I still love to go shopping with my Mother.

Dad Lyons

Sometimes a very obese hamster can be passed off as a dog......good luck.

Love to all.....Dad


Drums and trumpets and cymbals and teach them to play nice and then play for daddy when he comes home. (no?)

Odila Braga

Dresses dresses and more dresses by all means... and you, the mother, do your best to totally enjoy the outing, kind of like wearing their shoes so the three of you have a great day!
Love, Odila


miniture russian hamsters. They usually have them at the Pokfulam SPCA. They're cute, they're easy to manage, they don't take up space, people don't mind looking after them when you go away, they don't smell and they don't eat much...
I've got severe dog and cat and horse and anything else allergies and can cope fine with our little hamster.

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