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    I brought HEAPS beforehand, I can't see it being a negative thing. The more you can buy with 2 wages the better.

    One thing I would advise against though is too many clothes before pregnant. I made this mistake and ended up with a heap of clothes in the wrong size for season etc I've recently packed away loads still with tags

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    I am dying to start buying stuff but need to talk to DP about it first. If he's comfortable with it, I figure why not?! The only thing is, this would be my mum's first biological grandchild and I don't want it to get to the time to share the good news and she has nothing to buy-she'd be crushed!! So I may just get big priced items...once I find out what they are? Lol.

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    It's a great idea just get one or two things at a time so it dosent seem like ur spending a huge amount at once and before you know it you won't need anything good luck


 

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