Honestly there is no right answer to this question. Everyone does it differently. Around 22 weeks I got a swing and a change table, I'll be getting the crib at 30 or 31 weeks, and the stroller and everything else at 33 weeks when I have my baby shower.
I found out the gender at 20 weeks and by 24-25 weeks I had literally everything. I didn't want to waste any time. I also am not having a baby shower so that was part of my reason the other reason is I'm so impatient!! Lol goodluck! :)
You can shop anytime. Now that you know what you are having it makes things a lot easier... If you are going to have a shower sometimes just going and registering helps out with getting that itch out. Honestly you dont want to buy a lot of smaller things and clothes cuz you would probably get a lot at your shower. But all the big things like a crib, stroller, car seat, high chair stuff like that you could get earlier if you have the room for it.
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i started shopping for my baby probably about two-three weeks after i found out i was pregnant. i got all the major things like the crib and changing table stroller, etc i didnt buy baby clothees until i was about 20-30 weeks and had a baby shower which gave me more clothes so i guess it all depends on whenever u decide to want to begin buying things
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