March 30, 2007

Planetary Costs

First Holy Communion is tomorrow for Bones. I was thinking about the differences between having a boy and a girl and came up with these thoughts…


Dress: $50
Shoes: $50
Veil: $10
Socks: $2
Accessories: $20
Time to Get Ready: 1 hour (There is hair to do)
Probability of having a melt down? High.


White tie: $10
White shirt: 0 (passed down from older brother)
White undershirt : 0 (passed down from older brother)
Socks: 0 (already owned)
Blue Pants: 0 (wearing school church pants)
Shoes: $15 (Payless Special)
Belt: 0 (already owned)
Time to Get Ready: 5 minutes
Probability of having a major meltdown? Low

I’m glad I have boys…

Posted by Boudicca at March 30, 2007 10:16 PM | TrackBack

Let Mo have the girls for TGOO to dote on.

Posted by: Denny at March 30, 2007 10:22 PM

Naaa... you'll have all the fun AFTER. ;-)

Posted by: vw bug at March 31, 2007 07:22 AM

You said it Denny. That's exactly what TGOO and Hubba are hoping for. If I have a little girl with hair like might take more than an hour to get ready. ;-)

Posted by: Morrigan at March 31, 2007 07:24 AM

A young lady in our town has twin daughters who will be receiving their first this May.

She is looking to get the veils from Ireland. She is out of her mind. (I mean really. She now knows that she should have ordered them in January so that she would have them, for sure, from Ireland by May.)

Posted by: The Thomas at March 31, 2007 11:17 AM

I will have to say here that having had one of each, my son could (at times) be just as expensive as my daughter. He grew so fast... If I bought him a suit for a special occasion, it was inevitable that he would have outgrown it for the next occasion. So, while darling daughter was always needing a dress for something, young son was always needing new dress clothes or even new suits for each event.

Posted by: Teresa at March 31, 2007 01:09 PM

Ah, soooo true.

Posted by: Lemon Stand at April 1, 2007 06:31 PM