Oh you mean I have to give her back? Well gee I rescind my offer!
When I used to work in OB we had all these consents the mom had to sign. I always read everything I sign, but I'd give a brief summary of the consent then when they signed without reading (never understood why labor patients didn't read it all), but if she was the right type of personality, I'd say after she signed that Oh and you also promised if it's a girl, you'll give it to me. Never did get to take one home though.
Today I helped M and her husband do taxes. They were freaking because they owed and last year got a huge refund. Well I did my magic and made it better. I so wanted to say if they had a baby they'd get more deduction and tax breaks. I figured that would be too pushy. But I'm ready.
Since I was a teen mom, I talked to kids a lot about sex. In fact, once I saw a survey asking kid if parent had THE talk. I asked Q how he would answer and he said he'd say no. I freaked and said Seriously?
His answer? It wasn't one talk it was a lifetime of discussions. (Good answer)
I also told kids if they got pregnant (or in Q's case impregnated someone else) I got to name the baby and Esther is my choice (boy or girl) I wanted to name Q and Lyd Esther, but my friends in OB told me they'd change the name on birth certificate. I knew them well enough that I didn't want to risk it.
Probably just as well, I would have called her S and with M and Q it might have gotten weird.
If I could have a baby today I'd name girl Wrigley (though that might be hard as that is my MC's name and a boy Griffith (not Griffin) and if God filled by order for identical twin girls I name the other Riley, but might spell it Wriley though that's close to Wryly and she'd probably get teased.
Okay Shann needs sleep. (someone slap me for referring to myself in 3rd person)