I'm 31.2 weeks and I want to start washing his clothes and things and putting in order by size. Do y'all think it's too soon? Also I've thought about fogger bombing the house before he comes. I don't have a bug problem but just in case. What do y'all think? Thanks! :)
No, I don't think It Is. Personally, every time I bought clothes for my lil' man, I'd wash 'em right away and then put 'em away, but I'm gonna wash all of 'em again when It gets closer to my due date. But I have no Idea about the fogger bomb since It can get those nasty chemicals on the baby's clothes and stay on counters, dishes, etc... If you did use It, stay away from the house maybe a lil' bit longer then what the Instructions says, have someone else open all the windows and keep It well ventilated and then clean the heck outta your house and wash your baby clothes.
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