Monday, January 14, 2008

Cutie Pie and Monster Truck

At dinner tonight, my girls were debating whether or not our baby is a girl or a boy. I have been calling our little one, Baby, but Amy said, "You mean Cutie Pie. That's what I call her."

Karissa, who insists that the baby is a boy, said, "Well, I call him Monster Truck!" Needless to say, we all had a laugh over that one!

We'll have to wait until March to see which girl is right. Will it be Cutie Pie or Monster Truck? : )

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Too cute!
Jen

Kim & Dale said...

Either one will be wonderful! I hate to say that most boys kind of are like monster trucks. They get focused on one thing and plow over whatevers in their way. Caleb has actually walked into walls because he is so engrossed in what he is doing (as he is walking). The good thing about my boys, though, is that they really don't ever whine. Life is very even-keeled for them. The girls, on the other hand, melt my heart with their smiles and they are much more willing to give hugs. Now that I have rambled, all I wanted to say is that both are a blessing!!!

Missy said...

My experience is a little different from Kim's. My boys are the cuddlers and lovers. They rarely walk by without stopping for a hug. I just love my boys. Of course I love my girls too. They are both wonderful. Are you going to let us know the gender if you find out?

Tarah said...

How fun.

Daiquiri said...

I'd love to see a little boy version of Becky-Pat! Besides, two girls and two boys...we'd have some perfect pairs!

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