Im 13 weeks pregnant and its my first time .. And im not sure when to start buying baby stuff.ive looked here and there but ever time i get a second opinion off my mum she says any thing could happen and that theres plenty of time an i understand that but i want to slowly buy things and not rush so i know im getting the best for the money
Im 13 weeks with my second baby. I didn't know I was pregnant with my first until I was 7 months so that was a crazy rush.
This time I wanted to slowly build up supplies, but not have a house full of nappies by my 6th month.So far I've got a couple of outfits, a blanket and baby bath time stuff.
I think if you allow yourself the odd blanket and babygro now, you won't get swamped. By about 5months I will start stocking up in earnest.
Its sad but true that anything can happen. its on my mind with everything I buy that if the worst happens then I will have to return or sell this stuff. but you can't let it stop you enjoying this wonderful time :)
Lots of ppl tell me not to buy anything until after my baby shower. I am 19.wks and I havent bought anything but lots of things have been given to me. I suggest waiting til after your baby shower.but theres nothing wrong with buying little things like blankets and burp.clothes...
I am 11 weeks and my husband and I decided we are going to start picking up diapers in different sizes once a week once I hit the 2nd trimester. Once I know the gender we are going to start picking up outfits in different sizes
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