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I bought this organic fruit basket for a friend’s baby-to-be. It arrived today and all though it’s smaller than I pictured, I still think it’s adorable. Made from organic cotton - allows for a chew toy (wait, is that what we call dog toys?) and once baby is bigger, teaches her about fruit.
Jeff is less than thrilled. “Didn’t they have a rocker thingy on their registry that we could have bought them?”
I thought this gift was fitting coming from me, a wellness coach. I talk about the importance of fruits and vegetables until I’m blue in the face everyday.
So, friends, what do you think? Lame or cute? Should I run to Target and buy something practical off their registry before I see her today?

I bought this organic fruit basket for a friend’s baby-to-be. It arrived today and all though it’s smaller than I pictured, I still think it’s adorable. Made from organic cotton - allows for a chew toy (wait, is that what we call dog toys?) and once baby is bigger, teaches her about fruit.

Jeff is less than thrilled. “Didn’t they have a rocker thingy on their registry that we could have bought them?”

I thought this gift was fitting coming from me, a wellness coach. I talk about the importance of fruits and vegetables until I’m blue in the face everyday.

So, friends, what do you think? Lame or cute? Should I run to Target and buy something practical off their registry before I see her today?

11:25 am: alliinminny13 notes

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  1. heatherbearwarpinski answered: I think it’s adorable! Cute and educational - great gift :)
  2. akissandagrin answered: I love it! I can say that her baby will have fun with it for a long time. Maddie still loves stuff like that at 15 months old.
  3. eatingelephants said: Super cute & unique!
  4. dixonlea answered: cute. Stick to your guns:)
  5. cdsplace answered: I think it’s fine. She’ll get pleanty of practical gifts, and if it’s like my shower, I hardly got any toys, books, etc Good choice!
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