Last login: Monday, October 29, 2012
This is so fun! What a wonderful idea!
My suggestions are:Beaker and Squeaker -or-Soren and Gylfie (from Legend of the Guardians movie)
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I'm currently 28 weeks pregnant with my first child and my husband and I found out as soon as we could! It is easier from a planning prospective to know whether you're having a girl or a boy. Although many of the larger items we registered for are gender neutral, my little girl already has a closet full of tiny pink clothes. It also makes picking out names much easier as you only have to come up with one name that you love (and can agree on), not two. On a more emotional level, I feel I've been able to connect with my baby more now that I know she's a girl.
This is great in concept, but I guess I am more old fashioned in wanting a physical copy of a book in front of me. "Flipping" through a textbook on the computer in search of an answer is much more difficult than cracking a printed book, not to mention the additional eye strain!
I would just stop using plastic bags. My mom uses the canvas bags and loves them. I have been considering changing over anyway and agree with wordup on the benefits of switching (reduced number of bags needed and the ease of use).
This fee would definitely be incentive for people to go in another direction (whether to a different store or to different bag options). The stores that decide to charge should be prepared to face the consequences of their actions in terms of reduced sales and/or irate customers.
Good luck to your son with the remainder of this season and the next two years. It sounds like he is very serious about improving and excelling and will have a bright future if he keeps it up.
I understand the excitement and amazement of Powerlifting meets as my husband lifted in high school and is now coaching the sport in Edna.
I agree with Storyteller. I also do business with both.