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#1 of 7 Old 11-17-2009, 06:13 AM - Thread Starter
 
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During both this pregnancy & our first, I've noticed that I'm attracted to things (bags, clothes, shoes) with bright colors (pink, red, lime, purple). Though I don't normally hate those colors, it isn't normal for me to look at a bright lime green/purple bag & think, "I want that". Um, has anyone else experienced something like this?

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Yup. I've been transforming from a blues/greens person to a dark pinks and oranges. And I hate orange.
Most of baby's wardrobe is red.

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I wish I had found more brightly colored things for the baby. Everything seems to be pastel but I love vivid colors. I also find the amount of animals on things to be off-putting, especially when it is something like a puppy and a giraffe on the same outfit--not the same category of animal in my mind, and a weird combination.
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...I also find the amount of animals on things to be off-putting, especially when it is something like a puppy and a giraffe on the same outfit--not the same category of animal in my mind, and a weird combination.
I KNOW!! I've got a blanket that has a snail and a puppy...what?!!
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I KNOW!! I've got a blanket that has a snail and a puppy...what?!!
Well, the puppy could be thinking, "Mmmm, snail...."

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I bet that's a blue blanket... slugs and snails and puppy dogs tails, remember?

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Heh, I was thinking, "Snips, snails, and puppy dog tails!" What a snip is, I'm not quite sure...
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