I don't think she'd mind me telling you that.
It's quite obvious.
She's expecting a girl in a few short weeks. I always knew she'd have a girl first. I just knew.
This is the tutorial I followed. Since I had multiple ribbons, I layered them one on top of the other and pinned them together, making one giant thick layered ribbon to work with. I did not do the cutting step because this wired ribbon is very flexible.
Sorry, no pictures of the finished product. I don't want to steal Lu Bob's thunder.
I also made this little unborn lady-child some quilted pillows to match her nursery.
For those of you, like Lu, who are expecting your first baby and are wondering what to take to the hospital, here's a good place to start. Below are the contents of a hospital bedside essentials bag. I put this together when I had Laurie, intended to do a post on it then, and never got around to it. Imagine that.
note pad to write down your thoughts, names of those who bring you gifts, and questions you might want to remember to ask the doctors and nurses.
pens to write in the notepad and fill out birth certificate forms.
breath mints.tissues in case you get emotional.
Pretty nifty, huh?
It's nice to have all these things handy at the bedside before, during, and after the birthing.