I am just curious if anyone had a shower for their 2nd or 3rd baby? I am currently pregnant with my scond child, won't know boy or girl for a few more weeks. Is it normal? I unfortunately have few female friends I am still in touch with and most have only one child so I have no reference point to go off of. Unfortunately since my DD is almost 4 we have very little in the way of baby stuff left and will have to purchase most all over again.View Thread
Thanks for the supportive advice. My grandmother was a bit shocked at first when I mentioned it, but I think she is starting to like the idea. Now the only problem is finding the time, or someone with time, to plan one. I do Not want to wait till the last minute like last time... Due 3 weeks after shower date, DD born the day after (almost exactly 24 hrs). We had no time to set up anything and had to do it all after we brough her home.View Thread
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