Wednesday, January 14, 2009

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday

This is a treasure from J's baby box. It was sent home with him after he was born in a Navy hopital in Japan in 1973. In order for you to be able to read it, I made it so big that it doesn't fit on the site. So just click on it to see the whole thing.

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14 comments:

  1. How funny! And how awesome that this was saved for him.

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  2. LOL. You are so funny to post this!
    Loved the pics of Evie, btw. She is such a cutie:)

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  3. Aww, I love items stored away in a baby box!!! It so great to have these saved for him!

    :)
    ~Tabitha~

    freshmommyblog.com

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  4. That's really neat his mother saved that. :)

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  5. This is so funny! It's cute the things they use to do. I think now they'd be too afraid of giving things like this out.

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  6. Thank you so much for visiting my Blog today & Laughing with me.
    Come back anytime.

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  7. Oh my god!! I can read this whole thing because I am Japanese!!! My mom also has kept so many things (the mom/baby notebook that hospital gave her) and I have always loved reading and looking at them because that's the reminder of how much my mom loves me and what she had to go through when I was a newborn..

    Wow!! Thank you sooo much for sharing:)

    Also, thank you so much for supporting my big day past Wednesday - it meant a lot to me.. I really do hope to stay in touch:)

    Hope you're having a lovely weekend!

    xoxo

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  8. This is so funny!! What a treasure indeed. How hysterical and precious at the same time.

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  9. This cracked me up! I would much rather have received this as hospital take-home paperwork than the boring old pamphlets we got. Gyped!

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  10. That's pretty cool! Very funny:)

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  11. Hilarious "poop" sheet. too funny. Definitely a keeper!

    Here from SITS, nice to meet ya!

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