>:l I got all my stuff for the baby at my baby shower almost a month ago, it's all just sitting there because my mom discourages me from setting it all up (pack'n play, stroller, carseat, bouncy seat, etc.) I know it'll all be in the way & not in use yet but I just want it all to be ready & organized & all I've done is wash & put away his clothes. When would be a good time to set all these things up? I'm extremely controlling but I'm still living at home as I'm 17, but my nesting instinct gets so extreme i just can't wait any longer! So at what week would be a good compromise?
I would say you could set it up whenever, I had everything ready around then and I'm now 38+2 and awaiting my babys arrival, you definitely don't want to wait until last minute, I also packed my hospital bag around 35 weeks
My fiancé and I set up everything as soon as we got it. From crib to stroller. Wanted to be ready for baby and to get used to it being in our way since it would be for a long while lol I'm 37 weeks today and we have everything set up for him except for about a loa of laundry and some clutter to clean up.
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