Hudson Valley Parent

October 2013

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"With No. 1, we gave each grandparent a grandparent-themed gift for them to open. And with No. 2, I had big brother wear a big brother t-shirt on Christmas morning to tell family. To the rest of the world, I posted pictures on my blog of big brother holding the sonogram picture and captions saying, 'Guess what! I'm going to be a big brother.' Pamela Perry, Stormville "We found out in October and thought this would be a cute way of letting family and friends know what we were having! Elizabeth Bruck-Damiano, Wallkill "A lot of my family have birthdays in August, so we had everyone over for a BBQ. When we took out the cake, instead of saying 'Happy Birthday,' it said 'We're having a baby.'" Sandy Butler, Hyde Park "I was teaching 6th grade when I was pregnant with my first set of twins. I didn't know I was having twins yet, so I told my class I had an appoinment after school to find out if it's a boy or girl. One of the kids asked me to wear pink if it's a girl and blue if it's a boy. I walked in with a pink t-shirt with a blue jacket over it. That confused them all until I told them I was having twins — one boy and one girl." Kelly Bahorik-Molyneaux, Woodstock Hudson Valley Parent 35 n once upon a child consignment store children's clothing store kids' clothing store kids clothing store saint francis hospital and health centers preschool programs speech programs autism spectrum disorder autism program evidence-based learning

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