My love and devotion, a Baby Bjorn for his mom, a soft blanket for Him, and a good job for Joseph.Grace and Peace my sweet friend. See you soon. l, D
I would bring Lots of love, hugs and kisses!Hope you had a great weekend Dani.l,Amanda x
I asked Lauren what she would bring baby Jesus and here is what she said1. Some warm shoes2. A blanket3. A big cuddleGreat post Danilove and hugs Tab (and Lauren too X) xxx
A whisper in His ear of love and a kiss on his cheek, a nice cozy blanket and a hug to his mother and father.I should think about this a little more though in my mind :) Great thought.The yogurt treats are really helping Lexie. Thanks.
A soft warm blanket, my love & devotion & my eternal gratitude all wrapped up in a loving cuddle! Beautiful post Dani!!Lots of love,t.xxx
Hmm, the only things I can think of that have not already been mentioned are kinda irreverant, like, a really good life insurance policy for him made out with Mary as the beneficiary. But thats bad of me so I guess I'll have to bow out of this one.
Well, I shall have to think about that one..but what I would like to say is..what a beautiful beautiful picture!Happy Christmas!Love M x
A good capsule for the car rides so he is safe!A mobile phone for Mum and Dad so that they can send his photos straight to all of thier friends by SMS!A Nappy Nannie so that Mary and Joseph can spend their time with Baby Jesus and not washing dirty nappies!!
I always loved the little drummer boy song/story - I've got a great African drum to use for Him!And a nice, warm comfy blanket.And lots and lots of love...
Hi Dani,Love Love and more Love given in the form of a gentle kiss and a warm tender hug.Just adore the picture.Love and hugs.Lucy XXXXOOOO
What could I possibly offer him that hasn't been suggested.HMMMM?Besides my love and adoration My body to do good worksMy heart to lend compassionMy gift......My service.And a good pair of walking shoes....I hate dusty feet so I'd have to add some baby wipes for in between washings.
I guess a baby would be a little young for some Reese's peanut butter cups, hey ;)L,Tania
if he's still born in a manger (or, as we call them these days, a "barn"), i'd think he'd be a lot more interested in a bottle of formula and a fleece blanket than gold, frankincense and myrrh.so i guess i'd bring that. and i'd let him borrow my polar bear for company, but i'd want him back (preferably drool- and puke-free)
Susan told me about her comment...I had to come see it in person...
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