Exersaucers (2) - best 'safe zone' when they were about 6-11 months old
Music toy for crib (1) - ours just sits on their bookshelf. It's like a sleeping pill...
Coffee - once I stopped breastfeeding, I was hooked again!
galloping jump a roos - great for working their little legs and they just have a blast dancing
bouncey chairs - these are great for relaxing. mine sit in them with their bottles and blankey and either watch a movie with dh and i or just have a relaxing moment
any toy that makes noise!!! - keeps them entertained forever!!!! great for rainy or cold days (like it's been the past 4 days) when we can't go outside and play or walk.
----Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper (did not use as a co sleeper but use as a pack 'n play) I still use it since it has a high weight capacity
----vibrating seats that turn into rockers so we can use them for many years
-----travel swings--they are not as big as the other swings and space can be an issue with twins
-----a zillion bibs--we go through so many especially now that we have started food!! I cannot do laundry every day.
-----Medela hospital grade breast pump. I had to pump 100% of the time and I cannot imagine using a cheap model.
----Graco double stroller
----blankets that my friend's mom made--they are longer than most so we were able to continue to swaddle long after my kiddos started growing out of their receiving blankets
MY #1 CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT
----GAS DROPS---Holy cow!! They have been a miracle worker when my little ones had bad gas bubbles and were screaming their little heads off!!!!!!!!!! We do not have to use them as much anymore, but I still do not like to have them far away from me!
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