Refraining from "I Told You So"

At two months of age, our infant daughter had already outgrown all of her newborn clothes. Being born at nearly ten pounds will do that.

So Jeff and I agreed on the amount we could spend on new baby clothes.

Armed with stroller and wallet, I entered the mall. I planned to visit some fun stores before heading to Target. And by “fun” I mean “high-end.”

Oh my. The stuff available for baby girls makes grown women croon. This one store in particular specialized in coordinated ensembles – the socks, shoes, headbands, bibs, and receiving blankets all perfectly matched the designated outfit.

By the time I bought every matching accessory, I had spent the entire amount allotted from our budget. (Continue Reading)

On the first and third Friday of every month, I write on the topic of marriage
at Titus 2 In Action.
I invite you to join me over there today.

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