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When to buy.

Im 6 weeks pregnant. When can I start buying things? Like the necessities. Im so excited I want to start buying stuff but dont know what to get!
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Congratulations! I would suggest waiting until you are at least 12-13 weeks to start buying little things but as far as necessities you won't find out the gender until anywhere from 15-20 weeks so it's hard to know weather to go blue or pink.
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Diapers and wipes, especially if you're planning to use disposables. Sam's club or Costco carry huge boxes of huggies, pampers, luvs, and store brand diapers and wipes (all but luvs wipes, since I'm pretty sure luvs doesn't make wipes)
You could also start checking yard sales and thrift stores for things like cribs, bassinets, bouncers, swings, high chairs, etc. It will save you a ton of money to start early!
Congratulations mama! Welcome to the mommy club lol.
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Thank you ladies! I am very excited :)
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I started buying as soon as we found out the gender..my husband and I have bought everything we need already since we aren't having a baby shower
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Wait till the second trimester. Miscarriages usually happen in the first. I waited till 20 weeks for my gender test
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