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    Default When did you start taking your newborn out?

    On the way home with both so dd1 would have been just 1 day old and dd2 would have been about 12hrs old.

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    Default When did you start taking your newborn out?

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    The day out of hospital as my now ex in laws ate all the meals I had pre prepared and frozen. They didn't think to buy milk bread etc and we had literally a bare fridge and cupboard on arrival because try invited other people to stay in our house without our knowledge whilst in hospital.

    This time it won't be like that fortunately.
    I absolutely can't believe how rude this is. I would have flipped big time! Glad they are your ex inlaws!

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    Day 3 for us

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    DD1 2weeks, DS1 7days ( day he got released from special care nursery), DD2 3 days took all 3 kids shopping, couldn't even think properly and it was only when i got to checkout that the girl says' how old is bub'...I replied 3days..paused then said outloud "what was i thinking taking 3 kids out with a 3 days old baby. Got home and had forgotten to buy anything i needed. Thinking back it was me trying to get rid of the fear of having 3 kids out....

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    DD was on the way home from hospital, I needed smaller clothes. I'm sure I was out the next day too.

    DS I had to pick DD up from school on the way home so he was out at the school, not sure when after that but no doubt I had to go grocery shopping once home.

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    Default When did you start taking your newborn out?

    1 week we took him to the mall. DH carried him and made sure no one touched or came near him, and we didn't stay longer than we needed. I would try and avoid really busy times like late night shopping. And maybe put them in a pram with a light blanket draped over it or something.

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    Default When did you start taking your newborn out?

    DD1 - we went to a 40th BBQ when she was 2 days old and we were out regularly after that.

    DS1 and DD2 - don't remember exactly but roughly the same timeframe as DD1.

    DS2 - took him to playgroup at 5 days old, can't remember if we'd been out before that.

    DS3 - he has been the one who has gone out least and (can't remember the age he first went out). This is simply because he is #5 and it's just easier for DH to go and get stuff/run errands than take 5 kids anywhere

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    Default When did you start taking your newborn out?

    With DS1 I did the groceries on the way home from the hospital...so he was 1 day old.

    With DS2, I went for a walk about 2 days later.

    I would never wait as long as 6 weeks...

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    Default Re: When did you start taking your newborn out?

    We were stuck in hospital til ds was 1 week old, after that we went out alot

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