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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    I saw this on my DP FB, the new trend maybe? Gross came to mind. Umbilical cord art and a teddy made of your dried up placenta Attachment 84597Attachment 84598
    Not one part of this is okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    I saw this on my DP FB, the new trend maybe? Gross came to mind. Umbilical cord art and a teddy made of your dried up placenta Attachment 84597Attachment 84598
    Revolting is the work that came to mine!

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    Why!?!?

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    Google it. Apparently it's the new thing, well not in my friend circle it isn't. There was even a windchill thingy with feathers on it maybe this could even have its own thread

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    . I get why people eat their placenta or pills of it, but a teddy????? Hells no.

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    this has morphed into an entirely different thread. But it is interesting. I have nothing from when my babies were born, or any of their teeth. I think I have one pair of baby shoes, and a couple of pieces of jewellery, that is all.
    I think the teddy is from a nightmare, or will cause nightmares.
    There was a long gap from when I posted last to when the thread started up again. I wonder what the gap will be today. ?? marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    I saw this on my DP FB, the new trend maybe? Gross came to mind. Umbilical cord art and a teddy made of your dried up placenta Attachment 84597Attachment 84598
    The teddy looks like those rawhide chews for dogs haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    The teddy looks like those rawhide chews for dogs haha
    Yes! That's what it is. It resembled something to me but couldn't think what... Those dog chews is exactly it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Yes! That's what it is. It resembled something to me but couldn't think what... Those dog chews is exactly it!
    looks like the dogs teeth are still there. !! horrid thing. marie

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    How upset would you be if the MIL's yappy little dog came and ate the rawhide placenta bear!

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