I started looking at things and planning when I found out the sex. Then every few weeks I would buy a big item. And things just started getting together. Im now 33+6 with all the big things and im setting the room now. Buying everything at once doesnt give you the fun of it all. I loved getting a new item for her. I just have to get more bed sheets now. And.organize.
I think any time after you hit your second trimester, but gettin' the bigger things once you find out the gender. When I was around 15 weeks, I started to buy the tiny things like bottles and paci's and stuff, I couldn't help It, lol, but I didn't start buying clothes and the bigger Items until I knew what the gender was. And don't think you have to buy everythin' at once, you have plenty of time to get everythin'.
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