Im 17 and still dont know what im having bug ive gotten slippers burp clother bottles and liners bassenit and safety kit w/ clippers brush comb and syringe and a thermieter paci and medicine paci despencer and a lil precious moments doll that singa bed time prayer. Im breastfeeding but got bottles just in case this is baby #5 and ive had trouble beastfeeding all my kids so hope this time will be different and i have all boys so i think im having another boy.
I'm 15 weeks 5 days. I find out on October 1st. Already started my registry and picked out furniture. Haven't bought anything yet. Just started the registry with furniture,crib mattress, diapers, wipes and just stuff that is not gender related. Starting the registry is a bit overwhelming I have to admite but defenitely excited to do! Can't wait to find out. Started to feel baby moving yesterday so amazing.
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