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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    It's a fond memory of mine the first time I washed baby clothes and had all the little outfits hanging on the line when I was expecting my first baby.

    I washed mine in a bunch about a month beforehand, as it gave me an idea of what I had and still needed.
    Same! Made me smile reading your post. I remember this too. I have a photo of them all hanging on the line

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAT2561 View Post
    Same! Made me smile reading your post. I remember this too. I have a photo of them all hanging on the line

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    Me too! I remember hanging all the tiny onsies on the line and taking a pic for my pregnancy album. I'd wash them now too then if you need anything you have lots of time to get them.

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    Ive washed mine all the last few weeks - from about 35 weeks but it doesnt matter

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    I waited until I was in my last month, so around 4-3 weeks before my due date, just so they'd be all nice and fresh smelling

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    I did all mine about 7-8wks out, once on leave. Needed to do something to fill the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollypops View Post
    Me too! I remember hanging all the tiny onsies on the line and taking a pic for my pregnancy album. I'd wash them now too then if you need anything you have lots of time to get them.
    Me three I love the photos I took of all the little outfits hanging on the line, so cute!

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    I loved washing all my baby clothes ready for her arrival lol did it from about 34 weeks once I was on maternity leave.


 

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