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    I was reading up on this too, seems to apply mostly to late in third trimester

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    By the way those of you who have bought a pregnancy pillow - where did you find it?

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    @scubagirl, target sell them - they are about $65. I am off to get one tomorrow. My current pillow arrangements are just not cutting it!

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    Pps: I had a wedge with my last dd and it was sh! Z

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    I got mine at baby bunting, think it was about $70 2 yrs ago tho

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    Thanks @akakura I'll try the baby shops. I tried Target but they didn't have any at all where I went @KitiK

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    BigW has them has well.. In the baby section

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    Morning ladies Hope everyone had a good weekend. I had a little personal mile stone over the weekend... last week my normal jeans were fitting just fine. Saturday morning, went to put them on, they fit in the legs perfectly fine but would not do up!! It's amazing how quickly things getting going isn't it!! So I had my first outing in maternity jeans! Exciting! haha. Also, I have a question. Anyone have an opinion/preference on cloth nappies v disposables. I have thought that I might give cloth nappies a go while I'm on mat leave and home most of the time. I am amazed at all the different options out there. Anyone have any experience/recommendations/comments re cloth nappies they would like to share? TIA

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    I never had time for cloth (liners, soaking, washing, hanging, folding...) it was easier for me to use disposables, but they work for some people and apparently the MCNs are quite good - expensive though and you need to resize up. If I was going to try it, id do cloth during the day and disposables during the night (they might get a bit too wet and cold that time of year and disrupt bubs sleep?) Goodluck with deciding - you can always chop and change to suit your needs at a particular time. I was just lazy I guess and felt money would be better spent on other things and my time was valuable 😊

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