Me too!! Washed all of her clothes and sterilized all her bottles, her room is all set up, now I relax and enjoy the holidays and my baby girl will be here about 2 weeks later! :):) We're getting so close. It feels like this pregnancy flew by!!
me too, i have so many clothes that i saved after having my first son and i absolutely dont need anything but diapers, wipes, and bottles...i washed all his clothes last week and it was 3 large loads of clothes., blankets, bibs and socks. i feel way more relaxed this time around!
Ive heard nothing but great reviews ffom other moms about Tommee Tippee bottles :) Those are the ones I've decided on, im a ftm as well and it was definitely difficult choosing. I plan on breastfeeding and my fiance will be bottle feeding when i pump milk, and these are supposed to be the easiest transition from the nipple! Just talk to other moms and find what best suits you.
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