Back in June, I blogged about my hairdresser’s pregnancy with her first baby. Quick recap: She and her husband chose to be surprised by the baby’s sex. She had a premonition that the baby was a girl. And a dream of her “passed-on” grandma told of a girl…..remember? I knitted a pretty pink blanket because I believe in premonitions and voices from the “other side”. Now do you remember?
Donald Jr. is absolutely beautiful, just like his mom, but as beautiful as he is, a pink blanket is all wrong. And, in the note I wrote to accompany my gift, I commented that, in the unlikely event this baby is a boy, I’d replace the pink blanket with a blue one.
Lessons learned: 1) gift notes need only say “best wishes”. 2) before casting on a pink or blue stitch, ask for DNA results. 3) You can’t go wrong with white.