Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Did Someone Place an Order For a Blue Eyed Baby?

Would you choose your baby's physical traits if you could? * 38169 responses
Yes. It would be great to be able to select hair and eye color!
No. It's not wise to tamper with Mother Nature!
I'm not sure. Screening out physical and mental defects sounds good, but maybe it's going too far.
Not a scientific survey. Click to learn more. Results may not total 100% due to rounding.
While reading the news on the Internet this afternoon look what I came upon...

As Much as I want blue eyed babies I just want everyone to know that I voted NO! It is not wise, at all, to tamper with Mother Nature. If the Lord gives me blue eyed babies, or brown eyed babies I will be as happy as can be...Actually, I'll just be happy IF the LORD gives me some babies!

Now go cast your vote! http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/29478274/?GT1=43001 This is the link to the article, and then at the bottom you can cast your vote. Every Vote Counts!


Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, Ethan and I were FORCED to decide on our future child's characteristics. Not eyes and hair color, but pretty much everything else. It's all part of the adoption process--the "preferences checklist." Yeah, we felt really uncomfortable with it but had to fill it out.

Mom's Sewing Vault said...

What kinds of checklist do they give you? I can understand healthy vs medically fragile, since you foot lifelong medical. So interesting. I keep praying for you guys!

Anisa said...

Just marry someone with blue eyes and you'll be fine. I didn't and so far I have brown-eyed boys (I really hope T's stay blue)

Lucashell said...

ummm hello - I have brown no one in my family has blue that I know of, Lucas has Blue and we ended up with a Blue eyed little girl.. So it is possible!

Logan and Sydney said...

I'd pick one blue. It's just eye color...it's not like you're changing who your kid is. I would do it.