When you have your first baby, you kind of start to bleed money. Thankfully, N and I started a savings account for a potential off-spring before we found out we were actually creating sprog.
It's kind of (assuming you can afford it) fun to spend money willy-nilly. You can justify all sorts of purchases when you're having a baby. For instance, we bought a carpet shampooer. Of course we want to keep the floors clean and the dog dander out of precious baby's airways! I've justified many a smaller purchase as well, but I won't go into detail.
But, how many mothers-to-be justify a laminating machine when they're having a baby?
Those labels are for Boo's closet, which I'm hoping to get painted and such tomorrow. Consider this a sneak peek. My goal is to have the nursery finished by Friday. I think I can do it since the closet is the last big project.
Where I will place my pretty, laminated, labels. aaah. Contentment.
Am I the only one who justifies nerdy stuff like this?